Domäne Wachau is one of the iconic producers of this breathtakingly beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its terraced vineyards are strung along the steep banks of the Danube river, on a patchwork of terroirs that provide endless nuance to the Grüner Veltliner and Riesling grapes that grow there.
The grape variety Müller Thurgau, also known as Rivaner, is originally from Germany and a crossing of Riesling and Chasselas. Once, the second most important grape variety in Austria, it is no longer very widespread, but mainly found in Lower Austria and Burgenland.
Medium greenish-yellow, intense citrus notes, green tea, pistachio, ripe quince, roasted nutty aromas, very multi-layered and complex. Well-structured and elegant with a racy acidity.