This seductive wine displays a ravishing floral perfume together with
nutmeg, cedar, apricot and grapey fruit.


Grapey fruit supported by a streak of racy, vibrant acidity.

Growing Conditions

Mareit Leiten, 350 m elevation, very steep, south-facing slope with extremely long exposure to the sun and warm gravelly soil with moraine deposits. Vogelleiten und Panholzer with clay-limestone gravel soil.


We already started harvesting on 25 August. During the harvest, there were repeated phases of rain, but with our quickness and our meticulous selection work, we were able to bring very good qualities into the cellar. The Golden Muscat grapes were left on the vines until the middle of October for perfect maturity. The berries were a golden yellow, the aroma highly intense. At 55 hl per hectare, the yield was low.


25,100 bottles


Grapes were destemmed and left to macerate in the press for twelve hours to enrich the juice with aroma substances and body leached from the skins. Fermen-tation took place in oak and stainless steel tanks, partially with yeasts naturally occurring in the vine-yard. The young wine was subsequently matured on the fine lees for five months to enable the aromas and flavour to evolve.


Intense golden yellow in colour.

Food Pairing

Delicious as an aperitif it makes a wonderful partner to spicy Chinese and Thai foods or mature hard chees-es.