2016 Veyder-Malberg Riesling B2



Normally this is just Bruck Riesling, the warmest site in the tiny subregion of Viessling, but the coolest and highest site in the Wachau. “My Rieslings here develop a distinctive fruitiness,” says Peter, “with spicy notes and a filigree minerality.” 2016 was a very challenging year for quantity, so Peter merged the tiny yields of Bruck and Buschenberg. He describes Buschenberg as “the terraces just to the east of Ried Klaus. This site is relatively unknown because many vintners cultivate small parcels and, until now, no site wines were produced. Great primary rock soils with minimal growth potential yield reductive, minerally and powerful Rieslings with long-term storage life.”​

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