Wine Rabl Traminer Trockenbeerenauslese, 2007, 375 ml
Wine golden-yellow color.
The taste of wine is sweet, fruity, enveloping, with a pleasant acidity and a long finish.
In the subtlest shades of exquisite aroma of wine dried fruits - dried apricots and figs, and notes of ripe pear flavored varieties "Duchess."
Wine is good to use as a digestif, it also goes well with foie gras and blue cheeses.
Wine Traminer Trockenbeerenauslese, amazing for its taste, created from unusual grapes: wine selected berries affected by noble rot. They're going with vines in the winter - in January, entirely by hand and carefully sorted. Wine fermentation takes place in steel tanks for about three months at a strictly controlled temperature of 24? C, then kept in a cold cellar located at a depth of 7 meters, and bottled.
Vintage "Traminer Trockenbeerenauslese 2003" won the silver medal at the Japan Wine Challenge in 2006. A legendary vintage "Traminer Trockenbeerenauslese 2002" was awarded a silver medal at the Challenge du Vin 2004 "seal of approval" on the Vinitaly 2004 and a silver medal at the Decanter World Wine Awards 2005.
Rabl (Rabl) - one of the oldest wine producing dynasties Austria. Rabl family produces its own wine since 1750, their estate is located in Lower Austria, in the heart of the wine region Kamptal, famous for its white wines. Family owned vineyards, which are on the stony terraces, for the cool northerly winds. Here, the main white varieties are grown in Austria - Grüner Feltliner, which is called "secret weapon" of the Austrian winemakers, and Riesling. Red variety Zweigelt grape is presented - an unusual variety that grows only here and on some experimental vineyards of Germany, England, USA and Canada. In addition to white and red wines, the winery also produces Rabl sparkling wines. Whatever wine is produced winery Rudolf Rabl - its current owner - invariably follows its motto: "The highest quality at affordable prices."