The Mühlpoint vineyard lies at the foot of the Steinertal slope. The upper part of the vineyard is more mountainous, with gneiss bedrock and soils. The lower half becomes increasingly characterized by the plain it spreads into at the bottom of the slope, with deeper layers of clay soils.
Despite these distinct terroirs between upper and lower slopes, both areas of the vineyard are known for giving wines with a pronounced spiciness.
Alcohol: 12.5% vol
Acid: 5.6 g/l
Residual sugar: Dry
CRITIC RATINGS94 Falstaff
The wine is elegant, with aromas of white and green pepper spice, tropical fruit notes, and a saline minerality. On the palate the wine gives a firm body, with a juicy texture, ripe fruit and a lively acidity that complements the grippy, mineral structure.
Pairs beautifully with smoked pork, ham or game meats