Prager is the maker of this Prager Grüner Veltliner Federspiel Hinter Der Burg , a white wine from Wachau made of grüner veltliner grapes. 4 of 5 points is the average score of this white according to Uvinum users.
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“Prager's stylistic signature is that of aromatic complexity coupled with power and tension. High-density planting and long hang times ensure ripe fruit flavors and power, yet allowing leaves to shade the fruit lend vibrant aromatics of grasses, herbs, and wildflowers. Minerality is a constant feature of any Prager wine.”
Technical sheet · Prager Grüner Veltliner Federspiel Hinter Der Burg
“- Each Prague Riede has its distinctive character
- Behind the castle e.g.
- gives the classic Veltliner apple these exotic touch and the slightly smoky mineral note
- Combines with the spring game typical balance and juicy freshness is it an extremely elegant all-rounder at the table
- Allergens: contains sulfites”
“- The aromas of citrus, spice and green apple lead into a palate of dense minerality and citrus fruit, green herb, and sweet pea notes.
- The name 'Hinter der Burg', which has not been changed since the 13th century, means behind the old castle Weissenkirchen.”
“Federspiel, that sounds fine and delicate. Probably plays the name on the fine acidity of the Prague Grüner Veltliner Federspiel Hinter der Burg 2008. This wine has a good feel for the ball, and plays so nimbly and passionate as it is only possible professionals with freshness, spice and fruit. The bouquet from Prager Grüner Veltliner Federspiel Hinter der Burg 2008 charmed by seasoning, in a trail of white pepper. The palate shows his acidity, the wine has enough backbone for storage over the next few years. The slight sharpness during the departure draws these top Veltliner from the rest.”
“My partner loves this Wachau.
I don't know if there are problems with the 2010 vintage, but I thought the colour was a straw-yellow. Over all, the Prager Grüner Veltliner Federspiel Hinter Der Burg reminded me of white flowers. It has a very mild and pleasent flavour.
The best wine for a fish dish, like tuna.”