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The Neumeister vineyards offer some of the best locations in and around Straden. Each grape variety grown there is treated according to the individual needs of that variety and benefit from the unique microclimates in the area. The focus is very much on natural management of the vines including very limited use of herbicides, pest control via natural measures, and rigorous canopy management. The vineyards have recently being certified as fully organic.
In order to achieve maximum quality control, several selections of grapes are made to ensure optimum ripeness, and, at the same time, cleaning passes are made to guard against any rot during ripening.
Maceration is in steel vats and then fermented in small oak barrels, the wine is then matured in large oak barrels which results in rich, creamy wines with layered aromas that gain complexity on the palate and remain persistent on the finish. Long maturation time gives optimum development of terroir notes and minerality.
Bright green-yellow in colour, the nose gives delicate fruit but promises ripeness and complexity.
The palate releases ripe tropical fruit such as melon, mango, peach, walnut and a biscuity vanilla note that comes from ageing on the lees. Acidity that is high but balanced with a little residual sweetness results in a full-bodied rich wine that personifies quality. The finish is long and luxurious.
Food matches include fish, chicken and grilled white meat along with rich vegetable dishes.