2007 TBA No. 8 Chardonnay Magnum
- 1,500 l(€176,67pro l
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- 1,500 l(€176,67pro l )
Strong yellow gold. In the nose intense tropical fruit aromas, delicate coconut rasps, light grapefruit hints, citrus zest, immensely exotic varietal expression. Elegant on the palate, now also showing a delicate wood spiciness that counters the striking sweetness well, remains very well adherent, already shows itself very harmonious, sweet yellow fruits on the finish,very good development potential, mineral notes in the aftertaste.
Alcohol content: 7% vol.
Allergen information: Contains sulfites
Bottler, Importer: KRACHER FINE WINE GMBH
Weinlaubenhof Kracher is located in the "Seewinkel" in the Austrian Burgenland. There, where the evaporation on the lake, the evening mists and the warm Pannonian climate constantly prevail humid-warm weather changes, Botrytis cinerea, the basis for fantastic sweet wines such as Beerenauslesen and Trockenbeerenauslesen, develops.
From the grape varieties Welschriesling, Chardonnay, Traminer, Scheurebe, Muskat-Ottonel and now and then Zweigelt, Alois Kracher created 10 to 15 different Trockenbeerenauslesen in two different vinification styles every year.
"Between the Lakes" is the name of those wines that are aged in large wooden barrels or stainless steel tanks and display the classic style of the region. The wines of the "Nouvelle Vague" line are vinified in new barriques. They are characterized by depth, spice and sustainability.
Gerhard Kracher now continues to run the winery with the same dedication and dynamism as his father.
The product range of what is undoubtedly Austria's best-known winery includes not only the world-famous Trockenbeerenauslesen, but also Beerenauslesen, Auslesen, Eiswein and small quantities of dry white and red wines.
- Variant: Austria, Lake Neusiedl / 1,500 / 2007
- SKU: KR101590
- Product Type: Süßwein
- Brand: Weinlaubenhof Kracher
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