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Blaufränkisch Hoch
Weingut Karl Schnabel

Blaufränkisch Hoch

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Type:

still wine

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Color:

red

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Region:

Austria > Steiermark

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Grape varieties

Blaufränkisch

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Styles


Zero-zero
Gastronomic

Hard Facts


Organic certified (Euro leaf)
Biodynamic (Demeter certified)
No added SO2
Hand harvest
Vinnatur
Unfiltered
Unfined
Permaculture
Native yeast
Single-vineyard

Vineyard


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Exposure:

South to Southeast

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Soil:

Schist

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Vineyard or specific area:

Hochegg

Winemaking


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Harvest:

Unknown

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Bottling:

Unknown

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Elevage:

Neutral oak

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Type of closure:

natural cork

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Winemaking notes:

Handpicked grapes are destemmed and fermented in open vats. The maceration lasts until the fermentation is complete.

Elevage details:

Fermented juice is transferred manually using buckets to used Burgundy oak barrels and aged for about a year. Then it is manually bottled in small batches without filtration, fining or addition of sulfur.

Facts


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Residual sugar:

0.4g/l

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Total SO2:

1mg/l

About Weingut Karl Schnabel

Weingut Karl Schnabel Ermihof is a certified biodynamic farm located in South Styria or S dsteiermark region of Austria close to the Slovenian border one of the trailblazers of the natural wine movement in Austria Karl and Eva Schnabel run the estate since 2000 when they came back to the farm to reactivate the family winery which paused due to the fact that Karl s parents died when he was only 17 Today aided by their 3 sons the Schnabels farm 5 hectares of vineyards focusing on red grape varieties which is an anomaly in the region Karl has studied agricultural economics while Eva has studied business administration After working in their fields for several years they decided to go to Burgundy in 1997 and 1998 where they ...

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