HOCHTERRASSEN Grüner Veltliner

The grapes of this spritzy Grüner Veltliner come from high-altitude terraces in Stein and Krems. Grown on loess-conglomerate soils this dry wine has a lovely bouquet of fine citrus and fresh herbs. Stelvin

Jancis Robinson about Hochterrassen: "Probably the best value of the "everyday" Grüners is SALOMON UNDHOF HOCHTERRASSEN Grüner Veltliner".


Mountain-grown in weathered ancient soil, the Muskateller is one of the old grape varieties of the Wachau region. A delicate fruitdriven wine with floral aromas – yet bone dry and racy on the palete. Stelvin


Southeast-orientated loess-terrace with very old vines behind the old town of Krems/Donau. Satin-textured, juicy and elegant wine. Perfectly integrated residual sugar. A “dry” sweet wine, a perfect match with goose liver. Stelvin

Robert Parker's wine advocate -David Schildknecht:
Gelber Traminer Noble Reserve 2007   91/100


This wine is made from selected noble botrytis grapes from the Kögl and Pfaffenberg vineyards. Expressive apricot fruit, ripe acidity over delicate honey flavours. A delicious dessert wine that dosen't dominate by knock-out sweetness, but by it's finesse. Huge aging potential. Stelvin

A La Carte Guide: Undhof Auslese 2006   93/100

Jancis Robinson: Undhof Auslese 2006   18/20