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Foto: Magnus Hengge, studio adhoc Berlin

Traminer fragrances

The Traminer has a wide range of aromas and therefore goes perfectly with Indian curries, Asian dishes and Thai wok dishes. Due to its residual sugar, it is the perfect counterpoint to the spiciness of the chili.

Foto: Magnus Hengge, studio adhoc Berlin

Riesling from Lake Neusiedl

Usually, the Riesling is cultivated in cooler regions in Germany. Cultivating it in Rust is therefore rather unusual. In Rust the temperature is nearly constantly warm during the ripening process of the Riesling. However, the nights are often cloudless and cold, so that there are big differences in temperature between day and night. This is how the Riesling develops its special aroma.
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Foto: Magnus Hengge, studio adhoc Berlin

Gelber Muskateller

In 2020, the weather conditions were perfect for a good harvest of Gelber Muskateller. One heat wave was followed by another and there was only little rainfall. These are the ideal conditions that make the grape develop its aromas. From the end of August until the beginning of September we check the flavor every other day until the ripened grapes are full of sunshine and can be harvested.