The Nigl winery, with its hotel and restaurant, is located in the beautiful Krems valley, at the foot of the Senftenberg hill.
The stone terraces around Senftenberg provide optimal conditions for growing grapes. The vineyards boast a variety of primary rock soils, with granite, gneiss, mica schist and amphibolite providing the wines with ample minerality.
The grapes for Urgestein are grown on amphibolite soils on the Gaisberg and Heiligenstein slopes. The wines are vinified in stainless steel to provide the ultimate in freshness and fruit purity.
Alcohol: 13.0% vol
Acid: 7.6 g/l
Residual sugar: Dry
The nose of this wine is dominated by peach and peach blossom, lemon citrus, and stone minerality. On the palate, the fruit concentration and acidity balance out beautifully, leaving a juicy, elegant finish and a deliciously-easy to-drink wine.
Pairs well with a range of seafood, fish and Asian cuisine