Weingut Buchegger Riesling Moosburgerin 2019

Riesling

Ried Moosburgerin Erste Lage ÖTW

2020

Niederösterreich – Kremstal – Gedersdorf

Ried Moosburgerin is one of the oldest (first mentioned in a document from 890 AD), smallest (6.6ha) and best-known vineyards in the Kremstal.
The extremely favourable terroir invites the grapes to ripen longer in autumn and thus develop greater aromaticity.
And that’s exactly what we encourage them to do. Every year we try to harvest the grapes as late as possible, yielding a more multifaceted and full-bodied Riesling, accentuating structure and expressiveness.
Before pressing, we leave the grapes on the skins for about six hours. Élevage takes place in steel tanks, where the wine rests on the fine lees for five to six months. Our Moosburgerin presents itself in the nose with subtle stone fruit aromas and a light note of exotic fruits; on the palate it is elegant, firm, rich in finesse and underscored with minerals, culminating in a notably long finish. Due to its late harvest date, Riesling Ried Moosburgerin takes longer to develop. Quite in character for the wine, that it often changes its flavour profile over time and only reaches its peak form after a few years of development in the bottle.

Various vintages available in different bottle sizes. We will be happy to inform you.

→Data sheet Riesling Ried Moosburgerin 2020 – for download (in German)

Awards

  • Vintage 2020, Falstaff Magazin – 94 Points
  • Vintage 2020, A la Carte – 95+ Points
  • Vintage 2020, Vinaria – 4 Stars
  • Vintage 2019, Falstaff Magazin – 95 Points
  • Vintage 2018, Falstaff Magazin– 93 Points
  • Vintage 2018, Vinaria – 5 Stars
  • Vintage 2017, Vinaria Trophy – 3rd place
  • Vintage 2017, Falstaff Magazin – 94 Points
  • Vintage 2016, Falstaff Magazin – 95 Points
  • Vintage 2016, wein.pur Magazin – 2 Stars
  • Vintage 2016, Vinaria – 4 Stars
  • Vintage 2015, Falstaff Magazin – 93 Points
  • Vintage 2015, A la Carte Magazin – 94 Points
  • Vintage 2014, Falstaff Magazin – 94 Points
  • Vintage 2014, Wirt + Winzer – Winner Kremstal DAC Reserve
  • Vintage 2013, Falstaff Magazin – 93 Points
  • Vintage 2013, Gault&Millau – 18,5 Points
  • Vintage 2012, Falstaff Magazin – 92-94 Points
  • Vintage 2011, A la Carte – 93 Points
  • Vintage 2011, Falstaff Magazin – 94 Points
  • Vintage 2009, Salon 2010/Österreich Wein – Winner „Riesling 2010“
  • Vintage 2008, A la Carte – 92 Points
  • Vintage 2008, Gault&Millau – 19 Points
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  • Alcohol: 13,0 % vol Acidity: 6,9 g/l
    Residual sugar: 6,8 g/l