The location „Hofbreite“ was first mentioned in 1141 and belongs to the „Stift Heiligenkreuz“. It reaches from Thallern to Gumpoldskirchen at about 250 m above sea. The great hillside with the old grapevine ist directed to the west. The Zierfandler is also called Spätrot, because the grapes turn red at full ripeness.
The odor consists of white peach, citrusnotes; the flavor is creamy with an elegant match of sugar and acerbity. The wine is very youthful, round, meaty and harmonic with a lot of finesse.
Thermenregion, Gumpoldskirchen, Ried Hofbreite
Acerbity: 7,0 g/l | Alcohol: 13,5 Vol.-% | Residual sugar: dry 6,0 g/ | vegan
Classic for every wine cellar! Paired with poultry, calf and cheese.