Kittmannsberg (50%) 11 year-old vines; on humus-loess soils; east-facing; 250 m above sea level.
Hasel (50%) Young and 20 year-old vines; loess soils, with medium-textured clay; east-facing.
From the beginning until mid-October, the grapes were harvested carefully by hand, then placed in small crates. Destemmed and lightly-pressed; cold maceration in steel tanks for five days; fermented at a maximum of 27° C; traditional punching down once per day. After another five days, filled into big barrels (1, 250 liters). Following malolactic fermentation (in February), the wine was racked and stored in the same barrels another year. Bottled in Mai 2011.
Aromas of raspberries and fresh spicy notes – like scents of moist forest soils. Elegant and full of character. The palate displays good fruit and concentration. Beautiful classic varietal typicity; in complete harmony with the terroir of the Kamptal.