This Gemischter Satz is named "Kosmopolit" as it comes from five sites on both sides of the Danube.
a) Stammersdorf (young vines): Grüner Veltliner, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Chardonnay.
b) Sievering (young vines): ten rare, old varieties, planted seven years ago.
c) Preußen: 25% Riesling, 25% Zierfandler, 25% Welschriesling and 25% wildly mixed varieties.
d) Mukenthal (old vines): ten rare, old varieties, planted in 1970.
e) Plagen: many different types of Veltliner (Grüner, Roter, Frühroter, Brauner,...) a very steep site surrounded by forest.
The grapes are picked on the same day by two teams, each consisting of approximately ten to twelve people.
In the evening, all of the grapes go into the press together and the next day after roughly twelve hours of maceration, everything is pressed.
That’s the Kosmopolit. A true Gemischter Satz. Nectarine, very clean and fresh. White flowers.
-David Bowler Wine