The Lagler family has lived on this beautiful estate in the Rote Tor Gasse since 1789. But it was only in the late 1970s that the Laglers stopped restricting their activities to grape-growing, and began working their fruit into wine instead of selling it off—almost from the start, Karl Lagler began producing top class, fruit-driven wines from his vineyards, situated in the finest sites that the western Wachau town of Spitz has to offer: Steinborz, Tausendeimerberg and Burgberg, where old vines are tended with natural farming techniques and other measures focused upon quality and sustainability, yielding excellent results. All of Lagler’s work in the vineyard, including the harvest, is done by hand. Today the Laglers are known as one of the most charismatic families in the Wachau, and their wines command respect at the finest restaurants worldwide.Visit Brand Website
Bright green-gold color. A fresh herbal underlay with yellow tropical fruit like fresh mango, delicate notes of apricot, mineral touch in the finish.
Yellow fruit aromas with hints of hay and earth and minerals. Straightforward fruit on the palate, delicately nutty with a bit of lees remaining. Vibrant acidity, persistence and substance. Hints of tobacco, good mineral grip, shows good breeding; a long finish of dried fruits and a hint of bacon.
Brilliant gold with green highlights. Kitchen garden aromas in the nose, slightly nutty. A ripe bouquet of citrus and peach along with herbal tones. On the palate rather juicy and lively fruit, fine texture and an earthy minerality. Tensile acidity, plenty of power and good depth.