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Wine Box 6 bottles of mixed wine
WEISSBURGUNDER 2019, Pinot Blanc
Bottles produced: 4000Spontaneous fermentation with yeastsindigenous in used acacia barrelsand remains in contact for 5/6 months on thefexception. Aged in acacia barrelsfor 6 months
NEUBURGER 2018 x 2, Neuburger
Bottles produced: 3000Spontaneous fermentation with yeastsindigenous steel and amaceration on the skins for aboutfive days. The wine is aged in barrels ofoak used for a period of 6 months.
HUNNY BUNNY 2018, Blaufrankisch
Bottles produced: 300020-year-old vines at 170 metres above sea level.su sand and gravel soil fermentation with stalks for 4 days in wood. Aged for 10 months in barrels used.
PINOT NOIR BAMBULE 2018, Pinot Noir
Bottles produced: 3000 Spontaneous fermentation in steel with indigenous yeasts and maceration of eight days on the skins. After decanting the wine is matured in second or third third pass for eleven months.
OUT 2018, Blaufrankischt, Zweigelt
Bottles produced: 3000 Harvest in September on land sandy-limestone between 130 and 170 ms.l.m.. Spontaneous fermentation with indigenous yeasts; the 50% from the mass fermented in steel for 14days. A 40% instead in wood anda 10% does carbonic maceration. Aging for 15 months in barrels used 225 l
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Burgenland, Gols (Austria)
Judith has 20 hectares of vineyards in BurgenlandAustria's most important regioneast, between Vienna and Hungary. Key to this territory are the famous Lake Neusiedlerseerich in very rare migratory birds and theParndorfer Platte, a 200-kilometre-long plain characterised by the strongpresence of the wind. Here the terrain is very varied and within anonly vineyard, limestone areas can be found but also presence ofsand, humus and gravel. This allows for complex wines andmultifaceted that thanks to minimalist intervention, biodynamic since 2007, Judith's wines express the best of the terroir; they are authentic andwith great identity, as are the grapes themselves.cultivated, traditional Burgenland crops such as Zweigelt, Blaufrankischor Weissburgunder.
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