A sparkling wine project was initiated in 2012 inspired by the Champagne region, which is also characterised by calcareous soils. It was never Christoph Hoch's intention to make another "ordinary" Sparkling wine, but rather something completely unique. For Sparkling Project no non-wine additives were desired, so a finished base wine was supplemented with fermenting must similar to "Methóde traditionelle", but without added yeast or sugar. The carbonation pressure is around 7 bar.
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Giallo dorato con un leggero riflesso verdognolo.
Iniziali note fruttate, come la nespola, per poi virare verso nuances più minerali.
Cremoso al palato. Vino sapido con un'acidità fresca.
Si abbina bene bene con formaggi, carni bianche, pesce e verdure.
0,75 L Standard
Il Kalkspitz è un vino spumante creato con Ancestrale Méthode, noto anche come "Pétillant naturale" o "Pet Nat". Questo è il metodo più naturale per la produzione di spumanti con minimo intervento. Il mosto in fermentazione, che contiene ancora zuccheri non fermentati viene imbottigliato e sigillato con un tappo a corona. Il momento di imbottigliamento è determinante, poiché il contenuto di zucchero residuo determina il livello di carbonatazione e la fermentazione continua in bottiglia. Poiché fecce e acidità conserveranno il Kalkspitz, che è particolarmente adatto per lo stoccaggio.
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Name: Hollenburger (Christoph Hoch) Address: Hollenburg (Austria) Web Site: www.christoph-hoch.at
The genealogy of the Hoch family can be traced back to the year 1640: the wine labels depict the original coat of arms.
The Hoch family has resided in Hollenburg on the Danube River ever since. The Danube and nature in general have always been the determining factors for the family: in their main occupation as regulators of ship navigation and as winegrowers.
The Hochs employ the knowledge acquired through centuries to produce vibrant wines of great finesse.
Christoph Hoch took responsibility for the winery in 2013 and is supported by his family.
He has chosen a new and uncompromising path in which he seeks to express the uniqueness of the Hollenburg community.
He has studied the terroir of his habitat systematically and compared them to other wine growing regions, in particular the unique geological formation Hollenburger conglomerate.
It is his aim to create exceptional Grüner Veltliner and Riesling with the unique stamp of Hollenburg.
To achieve this he employs among others the traditional methods of his ancestors in winegrowing and inemaking. Conversion to biodynamic cultivation and DEMETER certification was the logical next step in Hochs commitment to long-term sustainability.