Claus Preisinger Fruit Loops Weiss 2020

MXN $950

Grapes: 50% Scheurebe, 25% Furmint, 25% Riesling

Apellation: Burgenland Austria

Region: Gols, Burgenland Austria

You’ll taste/smell: Preisinger has done it again! His wines are fun, vibrant and refined, the perfect balance between juicy, full fruit and grippy structure. Like drinking a Chenin Blanc from Loire, this dry white wine is aromatic and fruity, yet waxy and saline and shockingly addictive. A slightly more serious side of Preisinger’s winemaking, and an intriguing alternative to a Loire white.

Good to have it with: this wine deserves to be drank by itself with a charcuterie board, maybe a spicy sausage too.

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Description

Wine Details

Fruit Loops is a new wine series from Claus Preisinger, named after the diversity of aromas found in the wine. From predominantly limestone soils, this is a blend of varieties that reflect both Germanic and Hungarian influence.

Alcohol Grade: 11.5%

Aging/ Vinification: Certified Biodynamic. Partially made with skin contact, partially in amphora.

Best to have it: 5-10ºC
Size: 750 ml

The Winery: Weingut Claus Preisinger

After attending a viticultural school in Klosterneuburg he crossed the Atlantic to work in Californian vineyards before returning to Austria work as a winemaker for Nittnaus Anita & Hans. As he worked for others, he simultaneously was working on making his own wines with his Father, which they debuted with great success in 2002. Just two years later at 24, Claus was accepted into the renowned ‘’Pannobile” association of wineries.

In 2009, after a number of years farming his own vineyards, he moved his operation into a new, modern facility overlooking his vines near the village of Gols by Lake Neusiedlersee in Burgenland.

Claus is a winemaker who believes that farming biodynamically and intervening minimally is not only a moral obligation, but that it makes for some damn good wines as well.

Claus is deeply committed to working in harmony with nature, and has been working with ambient yeasts since 2002 and has been certified Biodynamic since 2009. He also keeps his cellar interventions to a minimum, strongly advocating for wines that achieve balance naturally. Very little sulphur is added to his wines – Claus decides just before bottling if it is strictly necessary.

Additional information

Wine Body

Light-Body, Medium-Body

Country

Winemaking style

Biodynamic, Natural, Organic

Winery