Hannes Schuster's 2015 Aus den Dörfern is a spectacular white wine made from 80% Grüner Veltliner and 20% diverse varieties planted not exactly as a field blend, but row by row which were all picked separately. One-third of the wine (from the Grüner Veltliner) has seen new oak, the rest was raised inox. The result is super-clear and precise on the nose and reveals a great purity and finesse on the palate. The finish has a lovely grip and reveals a lingering salinity and great tension. This is a gorgeous, medium-bodied and terroir-driven wine from gneiss (75%) and chalky soils (25%). Highly recommended!
A bright, blue-fruited blaufrankisch, this delivers the generous ripeness of the warm 2013 while managing to remain fresh and lively. Fermented spontaneously in open-top vats and free of any new wood, its all about fruit and earth, with dark, chewy tannins that hold the flavors long and firm - and suggest that this will age well for another five or six years in the cellar.
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