Gelber Muskateller Ried Rosenhugel , Brundlmayer
The Muskateller (Muscat) grape variety was traditionally very popular in the Kamptal in the last few centuries, especially in order to lend liveliness and fragrance, along with its fine flavour, to the old “Gemischten Satz” – the field mix of grape varieties planted and harvested together. But it was also very popular as a delicious table grape.
This variety was planted fresh again at the Bründlmayer estate in 1997 after a break for a few decades. The small planted areas are in the Steinmassel, Spiegel and Sauberg vineyard sites.
Vineyard: Multiple ( Steinmassel, Spiegel and Sauberg)
Soil Type: Primary rock, Loess
Eleveage: Stainless steel
Acidity: 5.8 g / l
Residual Sugar: dry
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