Gemischter Satz, Neumeister
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Gemischter Satz, Neumeister - 2021

Item # 35100 750mL

Gemischter Satz originated as a co-fermented field blend produced from vineyards around Vienna, but the much-beloved style has spread throughout Austria over the years. Neumeister’s delightfully aromatic version is built around 40-year-old Gelber Muskateller, with fellow early-ripening varieties Welschriesling, Müller-Thurgau, and Scheurebe rounding out the blend.

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In the hills of Austria, just outside of Vienna, you may not find a lonely goatherd, but you will find some of the country's most unique and beautiful wines. A Gemischter Satz, meaning "mixed set," is exactly that. In this case, a blend of seven different varietals grown and vinified together in stainless steel. Some of the marquis grapes like Riesling and Gewurztraminer account for its floral and spice notes, but the rest of the cast adds layers of complexity to this dry wine that can be contemplated or quaffed with equal pleasure. Satz is easily paired with the cuisine of most seasons, but I enjoyed mine with a fusilli carbonara. Austrian wine fans, the hills are alive indeed!

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