2018 Hiedler Riesling Langenlois

2018 Hiedler Riesling Langenlois

92 Points Wine Enthusiast
2018 Hiedler Riesling Langenlois
92 Points Wine Enthusiast

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A superb Austrian Riesling from Austrian experts Hiedler. Formerly called the Urgestein, this intriguing Riesling can have a more saline minerality than a German wine, while the slightly warmer Austrian climate gives a little more fruit richness and texture. Somewhere between French and German styles, this convincing wine is nonetheless all its own. But there's only one way to find out -- at $30 something this is well worth it.

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$34.99 in mixed 6+ or $38.99 per bottle




Its Origins

From 35 hectares of Erste Lage (Grand Cru) holdings in the Kamptal, the Hiedler family has been producing wine in Langelois since the mid-18th century. Starting in 1980, Ludwig and María Angeles Hiedler have led operations, while their son Ludwig Jr. finishes his winemaking studies and practicum at Von Volxem. Hiedler’s holdings are in the best vineyards in the Kamptal, with Riesling parcels in the Heiligenstein and Gaisberg, and Grüner Veltliner in the deep loess vineyards that rest at the base of those mountains: Lamm, Grub, and Renner. Hiedler’s other sites in the area include a ‘Grand Cru’ monopole, Thal, Spiegel, Steinhaus, and Loiserberg. In addition to Grüner Veltliner and Riesling, the Hiedlers work with Weissburgunder (Pinot Blanc), the first plantings of which were planted by Ludwig’s father in the Schenkenbickl, a ‘Grand Cru’ plot just below the Käferberg. All organic/natural practices. Notably, malolactic fermentation is never blocked but allowed to occur naturally, allowing Hiedler a quite broad and unique dimension of texture and weight; a distinctive approach to both Grüner Veltliner and Riesling from this region.

What The Critics Say

92/100 Wine Enthusiast, Anne Krebiehl MW

"Flinty reduction and intense lemon vie for domination on the nose. The palate gives favor to the juicy, bright lemon and helps it along with a little lively spritz. There is mouthwatering, ripe freshness that strikes a lovely balance. The finish is dry and juicy."

92/100 Fallstaff Magazine 2016/17 (2015 vintage)

"Ripe yellow peach, a touch of apricot, orange zest and honey. Juicy, elegant, delicate fruit-sweetness, nuances of tropical fruit, fine acidity, salty finish, good aging potential."

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    2019 - 2024

This Wine Goes Well With

with PORK



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If for any reason you are not entirely happy with your order or you suspect that they may be affected by a quality issue, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will remedy the problem straight away. Contact us on 0800 422 767.


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