Setzer Grüner Veltliner "Ausstich" Dac 2012

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Typical vine density for the region is approximately 3,000 vines per hectare, however, Setzer plants his vines at a d...

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Winemaker's Notes:

Typical vine density for the region is approximately 3,000 vines per hectare, however, Setzer plants his vines at a density of 8,000 vines per hectare, placing stress on each individual vine, extending the roots and thus the vine life potential to 60 years or more in the area's sandy soils. All the fruit grown for their wines come from within a two kilometer radius of the winery. Fermentation is in stainless steel, and always spontaneous, with ambient yeast. The wines produced are among some of the finest examples in the Weinviertel. Food: Fish, seafood and lobster, poultry and Saumeisen - traditional Austrian sausages filled with mashed smoked pork - go nicely with this wine. But, as always, let your own taste take the final decision.

Typical vine density for the region is approximately 3,000 vines per hectare, however, Setzer plants his vines at a density of 8,000 vines per hectare, placing stress on each individual vine, extending the roots and thus the vine life potential to 60 years or more in the area's sandy soils. All the fruit grown for their wines come from within a two kilometer radius of the winery. Fermentation is in stainless steel, and always spontaneous, with ambient yeast. The wines produced are among some of the finest examples in the Weinviertel. Food: Fish, seafood and lobster, poultry and Saumeisen - traditional Austrian sausages filled with mashed smoked pork - go nicely with this wine. But, as always, let your own taste take the final decision.

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