variety: Gruner Veltliner
With a shade more ripeness and a more buttery character than its Ried Halser twin, this Gruner grown on schist soils bursts with energy and really nice acidity.
That said it feels slightly lacking in harmony right now, with the alcohol sticking out on the finish and leaving a slightly heady sensation. So Ried Halser is probably for drinking now, but save this for another year or too.
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