Serious Summer sipping.
This Austrian white is a blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, picked from the middle portion of Weingut Werlitsch’s vineyard. The vines get their character from a mixture of clay and Opok soil. Almost unctuous, with loads of length; somewhere on the spectrum between a high end white and skin contact wine.
- Weingut Werlitsch experienced a meteoric rise when Ewald Tscheppe took over operations at the estate at the tender age of 26.
- The property was one of the first in the region to focus on Biodynamic viticulture and low intervention winemaking.
- Opok soil is a nutrient dense type of marl.
- In Styria, Chardonnay is also called “Morillon.”
- Evening jacuzzi sesh.
- Faux fur wrap.
- Grilled sea bass.