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Gelber Muskateller
2016 Gelber Muskateller


Vineyard: Neubruch- “Steinernes Meer” – (stony sea)
Soil Type: Gravel.
Vine Age:
Irrigation: No irrigation
Harvest Date: 10th of October 2016.


Gelber Muskateller is an old variety that dates back to the ancient world and comes from around the Mediterranean region. This true globetrotter is the lively and spicy representative of the enlarged Muscat family (Austrian Marketing Board). This grape bears different names depending on where it is grown; Gelber Weihrauch (AT), Muscat blanc à petits grains (FR), Sárga Muskotály (HU), Moscato bianco (IT) and Rumeni Muscat (SL).
Gelber Muskateller is a rarity in Austria with only 517 ha in total which is 1.1% of the Austrian vineyard surface.
Martin Moser defines this wine as the 'subtle perfume' for its elegant aromas.
From the gravel vineyard called Neubruch “Steinernes Meer” or stony sea, it refers to the gravels left behind by the sea after it retreated.
Martin Moser defines this wine as the perfect 'summer wine'.
The grapes are hand harvested, four hours long cold maceration, fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks, the wine is bottled young while it is at its freshest.

Tasting Notes:

Color: Clear citrine.
Nose: Elegant nutmeg nose, aromas of fresh elder-flowers and a bouquet of herbs.
Palate: Juicy grapes and floral notes, it is crisp and finishes with a lively acidity.
Other: This wine is great on its own as a summer aperitif, it pairs well with quiche, Mac & cheese, potato and leek gratin or a summer salad.

Chemical Analysis:

Alc (%): 12
RS (g/l): 3.7
TA (g/l): 7.3