Weingut Stadlmann

Wine Region: Thermenregion

Province: Niederösterreich (Lower Austria)

The House of Stadlmann's history of winemaking dates back seven generations to as early as 1780. The estate is located in Thermonregion, 20 minutes south of Vienna. Johann Stadlmann VII gained additional experience in wine-growing estates in Alsace, Germany and Alto Adige, Italy. He is one of the region's key wine personalities. No manipulation, but harmony with nature, this has always been the credo of the Stadlmann family.

Their two main varietals are indigenous to Thermenregion: Zierfandler (from which they make their hallmark wine) and Rotgipfler. These varietals date from the days of the Hapsburg Empire, and were the Emperor's favorite wines.

Vineyard/Vinification method: Certified ORGANIC in AUSTRIA

Hectares/acres: 13/33

Varietals:
White (68%, incl dessert wine): Zierfandler, Rotgipfler, Neuburger, Pinot Blanc, Muskat, Riesling, Grüner Veltliner
Red (32%, incl dessert wine): Pinot Noir, St. Laurent, Zweigelt, Cabernet Sauvignon

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Weingut Stadlmann Classic Pinot Noir 2016
100% Pinot Noir“Shining brick-red, red berries, sour cherry, raspberry, discreet floral note, elegant acidity, chalky minerality, silky yet firm structure, friuty and dry finish.” ~winery notes
Item Number: 31156
Bottle:$12.95
Case: $155.40
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Weingut Stadlmann Classic Pinot Noir 2015
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93  Wine Enthusiast 
Wine Enthusiast 93 Certified Organic “This wine's fresh, ripe red cherry and aromatic strawberry touches make for an inviting nose. The palate shows the same intense primary fruit, bolstered by freshness and a fine, filigreed structure. Its supple, pure fruit makes it very enjoyable now, but it's

Weingut Stadlmann Classic Pinot Noir 2013
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93  Wine Enthusiast 
Wine Enthusiast 93 Top 100 Wines of 2015, Rank: 20 "The scent of very ripe, crunchy Bing cherries is heady at first. On the palate, red cherry fruit dominates the soft, pliant and lighter body, fringed by pleasant earthiness. This is Pinot Noir in a very Central European idiom: Not weighed down