92 Points, Falstaff Wine Guide 2019/2020
This wine derives from a vineyard on the Loiserberg wherein one also finds the site Berg Vogelsang. The difference is that the Grüner Veltliner from Loiserberg grows on a south to southeast facing slope, which is less exposed to the winds. The soil stems from primary rock geologically defined as zoisite-amphibolite, which is decomposing granite consisting of gneiss, mica-schist, and some clay and loess.
Delicate pear fruit and a hint of snow peas, refreshing, stimulating, nicely balanced even early-on; very juicy at medium volume, already harmonious, frequent bursts of fruit-flavour, almost plump but also shows a lot of backbone, some length.