The Steiner site in Sopron lies at the southwestern tip of Lake Neusiedl on a gentle, eastward-facing slope. In the 1680 town chronicles this site was classified as the finest and most valuable vineyard in all of western Hungary (present-day Burgenland). The gneiss and mica schist, which are present all the way to the surface, make the soil porous and thus dry and warm.
Second Furmint vintage from the Steiner vineyard. The barren soil of the vineyard seems to be ideal for this variety. Unlike on lime, it develops a more mature, golden aroma here.
contains sulphites / vegan
mineral slate and rock (gneiss and mica schist)
organic, biodynamic according to Respekt, certified by Biokontroll Hungaria HU-ÖKO 01