2017 Nittnaus, Beerenauslese Exquisit | Friarwood Fine Wines

2017 Nittnaus, Beerenauslese Exquisit

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  • Type: Sweet Wine
  • Grape: Scheurebe, Welschriesing, Grüner Veltliner, Muskat Ottonel, Sauvignon Blanc
  • Style: Sweet and Candied
  • Country: Austria
  • Region: Burgenland
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ABOUT THE WINE
Gebrüder Nittnaus winery lies on the eastern shore of Lake Neusiedl in the heart of Gols, at the centre of one of the largest wine-producing communities in Austria. The family has owned vineyards for more than 300 years and has been running their own winery since 1986. They cultivate 57 hectares in Gols, spread out over more than 70 different vineyard parcels. Almost two-thirds of this area is planted with red wine, primarily indigenous varieties. They cultivate their vines in accordance with organic agricultural principles. The latest generation of Nittnauses, Andreas and Hans Michael, is now responsible for running the winery. 

TASTING NOTES
Brilliant yellow-straw colour with visible viscosity. Luscious peach and tropical fruit aromas are well defined. A rich entry leads to a sweet, medium-bodied palate with balanced acidity. Intensely fruity. A balanced, lovely style.

FOOD PAIRING
Perfect for a fruit-based dessert, excellent with foie gras.

FRIARWOOD SAYS
Beerenauslese means late-harvest berry selection: berries are hand-picked, selected grape by grape for perfect health and ripeness. 

WHAT ARE THE SHIPPING COSTS?

Orders of any value can be collected for free from either of our retail stores. Greater London next day deliveries will cost £10 for orders below £150 and are free above that.

Delivery costs:

  • Order Value below £150 is £10.
  • Order Value over £150 is free.
WHAT DOES “NEXT DAY DELIVERY” MEAN?

All our shipments in mainland UK and Greater London are shipped next day. Cut off time for a next day delivery is 12PM. Next day is only available on working days. Shipment can be delayed because of external factors.