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Segelfalter Gelber Muskateller, Weingut Andreas Tscheppe 2018
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Andreas is one of a group of five winemakers who work in the same spirit, the others being Franz Strohmeier, his brother Ewald, Sepp Muster & Roland Tauss. Together they form “Schmecke das Lebe.” Andreas has beautiful vineyards bursting with life – you can feel the energy with the riot of plants, herbs and flowers growing amongst the vines.
Utterly “butterfly” wines from Andreas Tscheppe in southern Styria. Aromatic yet wild and herbal, with firm-fleshed yellow-leaning-into-gold fruit flavours and bitter quinine notes.
Producer Weingut Andreas Tscheppe
Origin Styria, Austria
Grapes Gelber Muskateller
Alcohol 12.5% ABV
Style Full body well structured white
Bottle size 750ml
Winemaking Manual harvested, destemmed grapes fermented in wooden barrels with indigenous yeast. Minimal use of sulphur in vinification
Notes Biodynamic, Natural, Organic