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Nigl Freiheit Grüner Veltliner

Grape: Grüner Veltliner
Vineyard: sourced from 4 different vineyards in the  hills above the city of Krems
Soil: löss
Production: Fermentation and elevage occur in stainless steel and is bottled at night when the cellars of the coolest has Martin feels this helps preserve the freshness of the wines.

 

Martin Nigl’s Freheit is sourced from 4 different vineyards in the  hills above the city of Krems. The soils here are primarily löss and the temperature is moderated by its steep elevation. The name Freiheit means “freedom” and is believed to be some of the first privately owned vineyard land in the valley not controlled by the Church or a feudal estate. Fermentation and elevage occur in stainless steel and is bottled at night when the cellars of the coolest has Martin feels this helps preserve the freshness of the wines.

Producer:
Vintage:
2019
Country:
Germany
Region:
Kremstal
Appellation:
Kremstal
Variety:
Gruner Veltliner
Color:
White

Press & Reviews

Wine Enthusiast

Score:
90
Date:
2020-5-27
Review:
“Fresh notes of green Conference pears mix with a vivid overtone of pear drop. The palate speak of crisp freshness, clean-cut pear fruit, subtle yeasty nuance and fine concentration. This is slender but wonderfully fresh and bright.” ANNE KREBIEHL MW