Wine Type: Off Dry White
Grape Variety: Welschriesling
Aging Potential: Drink now
Serving Temperature: 10-12˚C
Alcohol Level: 9.0%
Region: Burgenland, Neusiedlersee
Quite full nose of rennet, fully ripe lemons (Cedro di Sorrento) and a touch of biscuit, in addition to white currant and black pepper, lingers with air; juicy, balanced palate with ripe pomaceous fruit, cassis and citrus, aromatic and spicy notes balance the fruit into a long finish, discreet residual sugar, optimal acidity support, exemplary selection cuvée with a high drinking fun factor.
- Bright golden yellow
- Exotic fruits, white flowers, pineapples, yellow apples
- Very fine integrated sweetness on the palate well balance with supportive acidity, final crispy and clear.
- Spicy Casserole
- Duck teriyaki
Hans Tschida is a "stay at home" winemaker, who greatly enjoys tending to his 40 hectares of vineyards, 70% of which is dedicated to white grapes for sweet wines, in the quaint winemaking town of Illmitz on the right bank of Neusiedlersee. It is a place that seems to have been created to produce great sweet wines, with foggy autumn mornings giving way to dry sunny afternoons, producing perfect conditions for the development of noble rot (botrytis cinerea).
The winery believes in the philosophy that “Every grape variety, every situation, every vintage is different and requires a lot of experience and tact. All vintages enrich our cellar, our creativity and our becoming”. They produce a full range of wines, right up to the luscious delights of very sweet wines like the Trockenbeerenauslese (TBA), for which Hans Tschida is perhaps most famous.
Hans Tschida embraces and has risen to the “challenge” of producing sweet wines. At the 2013 International Wine Challenge (IWC) his hard work and commitment to absolute quality was fully recognised with 19 medals and 5 trophies including Dessert Wine of the Year and Sweet Winemaker of the Year. The IWC also named him “Sweet winemaker of the year” for the 6th time in 2019.