$35.00 USD

Named after the Stadlmanns’ home village of Traiskirchen, this village-level Zierfandler offers subtly honeyed fruit on an acid-driven frame, its treble register enhanced by a lovely rendering of the variety’s signature spiciness. It spends nearly a year on its fine lees in large neutral-oak casks following a spontaneous fermentation in the same vessel type. This weighs in at 13% alcohol, with four grams per liter of residual sugar which the wine’s ample acidity masks handily.