From: Thermenregion, Austria
Varietal: Grüner Veltliner
Tasting Notes: Aromas of white blossom, crisp green/yellow apple, hints of white pepper, and vibrant lemon and lime notes. These flavors continue on the wine’s elegant, light-bodied palate, which evolves to reveal a whisper of honey that fades into a long, refreshing finish.
Pairing: This wine would taste great with a meal of veal, paté, or roasted pork. Alternatively, pair it with light, flaky fish, mussels, or oysters. Grüner goes particularly well with asparagus, soft cow or goat cheese, and is traditionally paired with Wienerschnitzel.
About. The House of Stadlmann is located in the Thermenregion, 20 minutes south of Vienna. The Thermenregion is among Austria’s warmest wine-growing areas; it is sheltered from the cold winds of the north by the Anninger (the last big foothill of the Vienna Woods) and influenced by the mild Pannonic climate from the southeast. In the Middle Ages, Cistercian monks recognized the value of the area’s terroir and established vineyards there.
The Stadlmann family has been making wine for seven generations in Traiskirchen, a town in Niederösterreich (Lower Austria). Winemaker Johann Stadlmann VII now tends to the estate’s 12 hectares of vineyards. Having also worked in Alsace, Germany and Alto Adige, Italy, he brings his expertise as one of the region’s key wine personalities. No manipulation and harmony with nature has always been the credo of the Stadlmann family.
In the vineyard, the Stadlmann family pays great attention to curbing excessive yields in order to safeguard quality and give ecological considerations their full due. This results in wines full of character and with great aging potential.
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