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Lenz Moser Kremstal DAC Grüner Veltliner addresses the trend towards regionality. DAC (‘Districtus Austriae Controllatus’) is the classification body for wine in Austria.
Kremstal DAC is a spicy Grüner Veltliner produced in the Kremstal region, which offers ideal conditions with its loessic soil, compact subsoil and high water holding capacity. A location protected against the cold north winds and with a tangibly Pannonian influence from the east produces mature and aromatic wines with perfectly balanced acidity. The grapes used for this wine grow in the vineyards of Rohrendorf, close to the Lenz Moser winery. “Origins have always been very important to us. With this new wine, we want to emphasise the partnership with our regional grape suppliers,” says Ing. Michael Rethaller, chief oenologist of Lenz Moser.
Lenz Moser Kremstal DAC: the facts Grape variety: Grüner Veltliner Origin: Austria Bottled by: Weinkellerei Lenz Moser, 3495 Rohrendorf Alcohol content: 12.5% vol. Residual sugar: Dry Vinification: Temperature-controlled fermentation Serving temperature: 8‐10°C Storage: Approx. 3-5 years Description: Fresh, fruity, peppery, spicy: a classic Grüner Veltliner from the Kremstal. Mellow and spicy to the palate, bold and harmonious, clearly perceptible Veltliner‐Pfefferl, pleasantly elegant finish. Recommended with: pasta dishes, hard and semi-soft cheese, Brettljause cold cuts, fish (boiled or fried), white meat, boiled beef, dry-cured ham, lobster, crayfish, seafood, salted and smoked meat, asparagus, vegetable dishes, sauerbraten, roast pork, Wiener schnitzel, pork chops, roast veal