And another great wine from Nicole and Daniel Schrammel. This time an orange wine: Schrammel 2.0 – Alternatively orange
Structure and tannins that one would otherwise only expect from red wines, but with the freshness and fruitiness of white grapes. Both in the acidity and in the tannins, the wine has a fresh aroma of green tea and light hints of beech smoke. In the mouth you will find a nice combination of citrus fruits and herbs. Wow this wine develops magnificently in the fridge for days when it is open. After 24 hours, a super exciting smoky note increases even more, smoked beech wood becomes more present and the fruit fades into the background.
Grüner Veltliner, by far the most important white wine variety in Austria, here in the Orange wine Variant. The result is a new facet of the grape variety.
Description of the vinification of Daniel:
The maceration lasted four weeks and the resulting wine was then used without pressing the grapes. Further expansion took place in steel tanks for about a year. The bottle was deliberately filled very cloudy in order to preserve the valuable ingredients and to preserve the original character of the wine.
Alcohol 10.54 Vol %
Total acidity 5.3 g/l
Tartaric acid 1.87 g/l
Volatile acidity 0.72 g/l
Total sugar 1.3 g/l
Should like to be carafed when young and also develops great for days in the fridge!