Grüner Veltliner Leithaberg "Ladisberg," Markus Altenburger

Grüner Veltliner Leithaberg "Ladisberg," Markus Altenburger - 2017

Item # 43426 750mL
$44.96/ Single Bottle
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Tasting Notes

The Ladisberg vineyard is home to plantings of 50 year old Grüner Veltliner on a shell and limestone hill. Spontaneous fermentation was in concrete eggs and neutral barrels. The Leithaberg region takes its name from range of low mountains that are, in fact, the tapering end of the Alps, crowning the western edge of Lake Neusiedl. It is home to the recently created Leithaberg DAC which is located in Austria's far eastern edge, a half hour from Vienna. Markus's approach to viticulture strongly follows the late, great farmer Masanobu Fukuoka who taught the "do nothing if possible" approach.

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