The DOMÆNE GOBELSBURG wines try to express the delicacy and cool elegance of the Kamptal appellation with its gentle hills and natural terraces. All the essential characteristics, geology and climatic zones of this cultural landscape are united here. Freshness, spiciness and high drinking flow are properties that form the basis for a millennia-old wine culture.
A fine play of fragrances and fruity nuances of wild cherries and fresh berries make this rosé a universal food companion.
Light onion skin color;
Delicate strawberry fruit, but also herbal fragrance à la lemon balm, delicate and reserved;
Slim and stimulating, emphasizes the light fruit again, piquant and polished, already a lot of drinking pleasure.
ÖGZ ROSÈ TASTING: Winner
Raspberries and citrus zest are accompanied by a flourish of buttery crumbs. In the mouth it develops a lot of pressure: pink grapefruit, lemon balm and a finish in which tannins flare up in the beautiful, salmon-pink glass. “By the way, it also goes well with fish!”
dr Viktor Siegl, 05/20:
Green strawberries and mint in a distinctive bouquet, cool touch, animating; polished like refreshing, red berry fruit game, racy aperitif.
Cistercian monks, who spread throughout Europe from Burgundy in the 12th century, acquired their first vineyards in 1171, and have had a lasting impact on viticulture in Austria over the past 850 years. Schloss Gobelsburg has been operated by the Moosbrugger family—Eva and Michael—since 1996.
Over the centuries, monks have planted and cultivated vineyards in the very best sites in Austria. Today, Schloss Gobelsburg focuses on the Danube appellations’ regionally typical wines of protected origin, in the 3 categories Gebietswein (regional wine), Ortswein (village wine), and Riedenwein (from individual vineyards). The estate’s vineyards include parcels in world-famous sites such as Ried HEILIGENSTEIN or Ried LAMM.
Schloss Gobelsburg is a member of the winegrowers’ association Österreichische Traditionsweingüter, which is currently engaged in establishing a classification of Austria’s vineyards.
|12% alc vol
|Units of Alcohol per Bottle
|Pair with pork, shellfish, cured meats, mild and soft cheeses as well as with appetizers and snacks.