2013 Josef Ehmoser Riesling Vom Gelben LossRiesling from Austria
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"Grown in deep golden loess soil (gelben can be translated as ‘golden’ or yellow). Gently pressed with a slow fermentation. Riesling grown in a loess soil gives a rounder and f...
- 90 Falstaff Magazine
90 Falstaff Magazine
Reviewed August 2014
"Grown in deep golden loess soil (gelben can be translated as ‘golden’ or yellow). Gently pressed with a slow fermentation. Riesling grown in a loess soil gives a rounder and fruitier wine compared to Riesling grown in the Wachau." - Importer
About the Estate
"Josef Ehmoser and his wife, Martina, are crafting world-class wines in the Wogram, a region known for its deep loess soils that lie on a bedrock of marine sediment with clay up to twelve meters below the surface. The philosophy of the Ehmosers is to respect nature in the vineyards and also in the winery, highlighting the personality of each wine without forcing it on a prescribed path. Whites are fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks on the fine lees. The Ehmoser wines show great purity of fruit and distinctly express the famous loess soil." - Importer
90 - Falstaff Magazine
|Features||Organic and Biodynamic|
|Taste||apple, pear, peach, apricot and honey|
|Nose||petrol, flint, rose petal, violet, orange peel, apple, pear and peach|