Timotheus, Gut Oggau
Organic
Orange Wine (Skin Contact)

Timotheus, Gut Oggau - 2021

Item # 41218 750mL

From 40 year old vines comes this delicious white blend that has seen some skin contact but only lightly giving this texture yet all the while maintaining great fruit. The entire line of wines from the Gut Oggau winery is composed of these face labels that are a fictitious yet full of character. Each year, just as us humans, each familiy member ages too. Timotheus is the son of Mechthild and Bertholdi, and the brother of Joshuari and Emmeran. He impresses people with his strong, powerful, and balanced character. He stands with both feet firmly planted on the ground, but is nonetheless open-minded and always looking for new challenges. He is regarded as self-confident, a man of substance and even refined, he is someone, who due to his winning ways, quickly makes friends anywhere.

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Organic
Orange Wine (Skin Contact)

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Wine made from organically or biodynamically grown grapes with minimal intervention avoiding the use of chemicals, additives and technology.


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