A rare grape variety that is also very difficult to grow as it is fairly unreliable in volumes produced and is prone to rot as it approaches ripeness, so picking at the right moment is key to success. The grapes are picked by hand from 43-year-old vines. In the winery the grapes undergo a slow fermentation in stainless steel tanks before a short period of ageing in those tanks.
Nose: Intense spicy peach, oranges, and honeysuckle aromas.
Palate: The flavours are concentrated, ripe and fresh. Lovely stone fruit flavours throughout and a juicy grapefruit to finish.
Conclusion: This is not an Orange wine though the name may suggest it! Amazing balance between fruit concentration and freshness.
Fact: It’s not officially a recognised varietal within the Vienna region, as a result its proper name cannot be used on the label … hence Orange T.
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