Markus Altenburger 2015 2015 Blaufränkisch Gritschenberg

These are the estate's oldest vines at 50+ years of age and Markus has only one hectare here, planted by his grandfather, but the vineyard is his muse; and all of Markus’ more recent plantings of Blaufruänkisch are taken from cuttings in these vines in the Gritschenberg vineyard. The soils here are rocky Leithakalk, a type of shell-limestone that brings structure, length, and texture to the wine. Markus’ destems the grapes and ferments them spontaneously for approximately 4-5 weeks in open wood fermenters. Afterward the wine spends 2 years on its lees, without racking, in 500L barrels. No fining and no filtration, approximately 1300 bottles produced annually.

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  • Wine Enthusiast 94

Markus Altenburger 2015 2015 Blaufränkisch Gritschenberg

These are the estate's oldest vines at 50+ years of age and Markus has only one hectare here, planted by his grandfather, but the vineyard is his muse; and all of Markus’ more recent plantings of Blaufruänkisch are taken from cuttings in these vines in the Gritschenberg vineyard. The soils here are rocky Leithakalk, a type of shell-limestone that brings structure, length, and texture to the wine. Markus’ destems the grapes and ferments them spontaneously for approximately 4-5 weeks in open wood fermenters. Afterward the wine spends 2 years on its lees, without racking, in 500L barrels. No fining and no filtration, approximately 1300 bottles produced annually.

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  • Wine Enthusiast 94

Markus Altenburger 2015 2015 Blaufränkisch Gritschenberg

These are the estate's oldest vines at 50+ years of age and Markus has only one hectare here, planted by his grandfather, but the vineyard is his muse; and all of Markus’ more recent plantings of Blaufruänkisch are taken from cuttings in these vines in the Gritschenberg vineyard. The soils here are rocky Leithakalk, a type of shell-limestone that brings structure, length, and texture to the wine. Markus’ destems the grapes and ferments them spontaneously for approximately 4-5 weeks in open wood fermenters. Afterward the wine spends 2 years on its lees, without racking, in 500L barrels. No fining and no filtration, approximately 1300 bottles produced annually.

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  • Wine Enthusiast 94

Markus Altenburger 2015 2015 Blaufränkisch Gritschenberg

These are the estate's oldest vines at 50+ years of age and Markus has only one hectare here, planted by his grandfather, but the vineyard is his muse; and all of Markus’ more recent plantings of Blaufruänkisch are taken from cuttings in these vines in the Gritschenberg vineyard. The soils here are rocky Leithakalk, a type of shell-limestone that brings structure, length, and texture to the wine. Markus’ destems the grapes and ferments them spontaneously for approximately 4-5 weeks in open wood fermenters. Afterward the wine spends 2 years on its lees, without racking, in 500L barrels. No fining and no filtration, approximately 1300 bottles produced annually.

https://schatziwines.com

  • Wine Enthusiast 94

Markus Altenburger 2015 2015 Blaufränkisch Gritschenberg

These are the estate's oldest vines at 50+ years of age and Markus has only one hectare here, planted by his grandfather, but the vineyard is his muse; and all of Markus’ more recent plantings of Blaufruänkisch are taken from cuttings in these vines in the Gritschenberg vineyard. The soils here are rocky Leithakalk, a type of shell-limestone that brings structure, length, and texture to the wine. Markus’ destems the grapes and ferments them spontaneously for approximately 4-5 weeks in open wood fermenters. Afterward the wine spends 2 years on its lees, without racking, in 500L barrels. No fining and no filtration, approximately 1300 bottles produced annually.

https://schatziwines.com

  • Wine Enthusiast 94

Markus Altenburger 2015 2015 Blaufränkisch Gritschenberg

These are the estate's oldest vines at 50+ years of age and Markus has only one hectare here, planted by his grandfather, but the vineyard is his muse; and all of Markus’ more recent plantings of Blaufruänkisch are taken from cuttings in these vines in the Gritschenberg vineyard. The soils here are rocky Leithakalk, a type of shell-limestone that brings structure, length, and texture to the wine. Markus’ destems the grapes and ferments them spontaneously for approximately 4-5 weeks in open wood fermenters. Afterward the wine spends 2 years on its lees, without racking, in 500L barrels. No fining and no filtration, approximately 1300 bottles produced annually.

https://schatziwines.com

  • Wine Enthusiast 94

Markus Altenburger 2015 2015 Blaufränkisch Gritschenberg

These are the estate's oldest vines at 50+ years of age and Markus has only one hectare here, planted by his grandfather, but the vineyard is his muse; and all of Markus’ more recent plantings of Blaufruänkisch are taken from cuttings in these vines in the Gritschenberg vineyard. The soils here are rocky Leithakalk, a type of shell-limestone that brings structure, length, and texture to the wine. Markus’ destems the grapes and ferments them spontaneously for approximately 4-5 weeks in open wood fermenters. Afterward the wine spends 2 years on its lees, without racking, in 500L barrels. No fining and no filtration, approximately 1300 bottles produced annually.

https://schatziwines.com

  • Wine Enthusiast 94

Markus Altenburger 2015 2015 Blaufränkisch Gritschenberg

These are the estate's oldest vines at 50+ years of age and Markus has only one hectare here, planted by his grandfather, but the vineyard is his muse; and all of Markus’ more recent plantings of Blaufruänkisch are taken from cuttings in these vines in the Gritschenberg vineyard. The soils here are rocky Leithakalk, a type of shell-limestone that brings structure, length, and texture to the wine. Markus’ destems the grapes and ferments them spontaneously for approximately 4-5 weeks in open wood fermenters. Afterward the wine spends 2 years on its lees, without racking, in 500L barrels. No fining and no filtration, approximately 1300 bottles produced annually.

https://schatziwines.com

  • Wine Enthusiast 94

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