Helmut Gangl – Traminer Beerenauslese 2006

Producer: Helmut Gangl
Wine: Traminer Beerenauslese 2006
Grape Variety: 100% Traminer
Production Zone: Illmitz, Neusiedlersee/Burgenland
Altitude: 360 feet above sea level
Surface Area/Yield: 12 acres/ ½ ton per acre
Exposure: East
Soil: Paratschernosem: clay mixed with sand
Vinification & Aging: The wine was harvested at the end of October. The grapes were then sorted by botrytis levels, soft pressing and fermented for the primary alcoholic fermentation. Then, the must stayed in stainless steel tanks for 36 hours, then, transferred to French Barriques for 16 -18 months. After that, the wine went through filtration and it is finally bottled.
Production: 400 cases
Alcohol: 15%
Description: Yellow in color. Aromas of green tea, ripened apples, a fine smell of fresh picked grain. Herbaicous wine with structure and texture. Hazelnut and almond finish.
Food Pairing: Seasoned cheeses and a variety of dessert.
Traminer Beerenauslese 2006