Pairs well with: appetizers, salads, fish
The Ried Kittmannsberg is located in the south-western part of Langenlois and is a place on a terrace characterised by deep chalk loess layers. The U-shaped indentation protects against the wind and leads to a special microclimate resulting in the characteristic green Veltliner. The vines, which are around 40 years old, produce concentrated grapes with a typical spiciness.
The berries rest on the mash for several hours to give them sufficient spiciness and grape tannin for fermentation. After rough settling, they become naturally cloudy during fermentation, which begins spontaneously and takes place at naturally cool cellar temperatures. The wine then remains on whole lees until spring and is filtered only briefly before bottling in late summer.