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Anita und Hans Nittnaus
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2015 Leithaberg DAC Ried Bergschmalister trocken, Burgenland, Austria

Firm nose, still reductive and undeveloped, vegetal and herbaceous notes, delicate hint of smoked bacon, light yeasty notes, restrained light yellow fruit, dried floral traces, prominent flinty mineral notes. Ripe, creamy, slightly warm fruit on the palate, prominent yeasty and some fresh vegetal notes, touch of cucumber, elegant, liveyl acidity, light nutty and buttery notes, become more prominent with aeration, persistent, some depth, excellent substance, still quite young, salty notes on a very good juicy, light vegetal, buttery and nutty finish.

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Last reviewed: 4 July, 2017
Type: Weißwein(White wine)
Quantity: 0.75 L
Alcohol content: 13.5%
Classification: Qualitätswein(quality wine)
Sweetness: trocken(dry)
Bottle closure: Natural cork
Maturing: oak barrel
Variety: Chardonnay 100%
Registration number: LE4326/16

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