Peter Schandl

TNT Auslese

Made from selected very ripe bunches or grapes, typically semi-sweet or sweet.

Grape variety: Traminer, Neuburger
The Gewürztraminer is a white wine variety with slightly purple-reddish skin which delivers very spicy and opulent wines. The Gewürztraminer has a pronounced flavour and is well suited for aperitif and dessert wines.
Neuburger is an Austrian indigenous white wine grape variety which is thought to be a spontaneous crossing of Roter Veltliner and Sylvaner. It produces full-bodied, powerful wines reminiscent of White Burgundy and has a characteristic, very fine nutty flavour.

Tasting: explosive, inspiring, spicy and very savoury, a perfect aperitif wine

Classification: Auslese
Type:  sweet
Vintage:  2005
Packaging: 0,5 l glass bottle
Colour: amber
Aging: french oak
Serving temperature:  10 – 12 °C
Sugar: 27° KMW (138° Öchsle)                    
Vine age:  22, 5 years
Alcohol: 14,5 vol %
Residual sugar: 61,5 g/l
Acidity:  7,9 g/l
Food pairing: if not as aperitif than to accompany fruit desserts, fruit tarts, ice-cream meringue, peach curd, marzipan desserts, vanilla cream with caramel, foie gras

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