The Müller family's winery is located in the village of Krustetten, south of the Danube. The wine tradition of the house can be traced back to the year 1270. Nevertheless, this part of the Kremstal does not have quite as bright a reputation as the other bank, where the large neighbors boast of their vineyards lying on bedrock. But that hasn't bothered Leopold Müller for a long time. He looks very satisfied at the picturesque hills at the foot of Göttweig Abbey. Here you will find excellent vineyards and steep southern slopes. ""We have different soils here, loess and loam on limestone gravel, and I maintain that our Grüner Veltliner gets even more flavor here"". He is right! During our last visit to the Müllers, the three likeable sterling fellows, or rather "Haberer", as they say in Austria, presented us with a Kremser Grüner Veltliner whose fruit, variety of nuances and characteristic spice took our breath away right away. We simply couldn't resist this paragon of Austria's national grape variety. After Leopold and Stefan offered to let us have this wonderful wine as an exclusive bottling, we didn't have to think long and decided to secure the whole lot.
|Winzerhof Müller, Hollenburgerstraße 12, 3511 Furth near Göttweig, Austria
| White wine
|12.5 percent by volume
| contains sulphites
|Country of origin:
| Green Valtellina
Free shipping, from an order value of 50€ within Germany.