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Riesling Ried Kellerberg Smaragd

Riesling Ried Kellerberg Smaragd

Qwt Wachau, Emmerich Knoll, 2018

750 ml
Grape variety: Riesling
Producer: Emmerich Knoll
Origin: Austria / Niederösterreich / Wachau
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Article nr. 15062718
Grape variety: Riesling
Producer: Emmerich Knoll
Origin: Austria / Niederösterreich / Wachau
Other vintages:


Origin: Austria / Niederösterreich / Wachau
Grape variety: Riesling
Ripening potential: 4 to 20 years
Serving temperature: 10 to 12 °C
Food pairing suggestion: Grilled fish, Whole baked fish, Fresh water fish with cream sauce, Crispy roast chicken
Vinification: fermentation in steel tank
Harvest: hand-picking, in several rounds (tries)
Maturation: in large wooden barrel/foudre, on the yeast
Maturation duration: 12 months
Volume: 13.0 %
Note: Contains sulphites


Austria – Sumptuous culture, accessible to all

Austria is characterized by unbelievable topographical diversity. A flat steppe in the east, forests and hills in the Alpine regions, wetlands and Mediterranean landscapes in the south. This in addition to a rich tradition and even greater love. It’s no surprise that the Romans found joy on this patch of Earth and cultivated wine growing. Austrian wine is not abundant, but it is high quality.



Lower Austria: crus near and far from the Danube

Austria's largest state is also its largest wine region. 46,000 hectares are planted with vines in Lower Austria. It is a heterogenic wine region, consisting of eight wine growing areas. While white varieties like Grüner Veltliner and Riesling dominate in the areas north and west of Vienna, red varieties set the tone in the south and in the southeast (Thermenregion and Carnuntum). The internationally famous white crus from Grüner Veltliner and Riesling develop in the picturesque Wachau and Kamptal.



Wachau: white crus of world renown

The Wachau is literally a spectacle for all the senses. The river landscape is extraordinarily beautiful, and its terraced vineyards were added to the inventory of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2000. The wines, too, are spectacularly good. Grüner Veltliner and Riesling are in friendly competition for being the most high-quality white wines in Austria. In their own way, each variety yields unique crus that combine power and finesse in playful lightness.

Grape varieties


The cold-weather king

The Riesling is the flagship of the German wine industry. It grows from north to south in all growing areas. It is also comfortable in the neighbouring Alsace region and in Austria. Its specialty is being vinified to a variety of degrees of sweetness, from bone-dry wines to ice wine. Moreover, thanks to its spirited acidity, it ages better than many reds. The typical Riesling smells of citrus, peach and apricot, shows hints of flint, and with maturity develops an idiosyncratic petrol note. It reflects its terroir like hardly any other white variety. Thus, it often gets fuller and more aromatic in Austria than in Germany. In Alsace, in turn, it has a particular mineral taste. Riesling is a wonderful culinary companion. It fits well not only with fish and shellfish, but also takes the heaviness from hearty meals. And with a fine sweetness and acidity balance, it works wonders for Asian cuisine.