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Kollwentz Sauvignon Blanc Steinmühle 2017

75cl

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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: white wine
Vintage: 2017 Other vintages
2016, 2015 and 2014
Appellation:Burgenland (Austria)
Winery: Weingut Kollwentz Römerhof
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 13%
Weingut Kollwentz Römerhof produces this Kollwentz Sauvignon Blanc Steinmühle 2017 (£25.92), a white wine from Burgenland that contains sauvignon blanc of 2017 and has an alcoholic strength of 13%. Drinks&Co users rate this white wine with 4 out of 5 points.

Description of Kollwentz Sauvignon Blanc Steinmühle 2017

Kollwentz Sauvignon Blanc Steinmühle 2017 (Sauvignon Blanc)

Producer: Weingut Kollwentz Römerhof

Appellation: Burgenland

Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc

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Reviews of Kollwentz Sauvignon Blanc Steinmühle 2017

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4 /5

- The Sauvignon Blanc is an old variety in Burgenland
- He places special demands on its site
- on barren soils Flint - Flint, Silex - he thrives
- he finds this ground on the stone mill and brings here together with the Pannonian climate of Burgenland expressive, distinctive wines produced
- blanc Sauvignon is propagated only by a handful of its own vines to ensure its high quality unadulterated
- The abundance of flavors of this Sauvignon ranges from peppers over elderflower to passion fruit
- Allergens: contains sulfites
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Reviews of other vintages of Kollwentz Sauvignon Blanc Steinmühle 201720152014

4/5

On the nose, white fruits noticeable. The Kollwentz Sauvignon Blanc Steinmühle is a very soft white wine.
There still exists a potential for development.
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Pamela Miller

4/5

Over all, the Kollwentz Sauvignon Blanc Steinmühle reminded me of white flowers. Typical bitter end of .
For being a Burgenland, it seemed balanced and fine.
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Adam Smith