On the palate it is mineral with a fine acidity and firm structure. It has a softness that beguiles on the palate while remaining fairly dry. Try it with mushroom dishes or even some spicy asian food. It's a great partner to either.
The Zierfandler grape variety is something of specialty of the Thermen Region as well as being native to Austria. The aromas it offers are those of apple and peach with notes of pineapple, lime, & gooseberry behind. Some nutty hints too and also white tea make this complex bouquet most inviting.
The House of Stadlmann’s history of winemaking dates back seven generations to as early as 1780. The estate is located in Thermonregion, 20 minutes south of Vienna. Johann Stadlmann VII gained additional experience in wine-growing estates in Alsace, Germany and Alto Adige, Italy. He is one of the region’s key wine personalities. No manipulation, but harmony with nature, this has always been the credo of the Stadlmann family.