MORE Tasting Notes: awesome nose, touch of wood and chocolate, black cherry and vegetal notes on this 2014. MASSIVE mouthfeel!!!! Absolutely amazing. Big and bold, but delicate and refined. Black fruit, dried fruit, smoke, cigar box, forest floor… but this stays fresh.
Joschuari by Gut Oggau has a very elegant personality and the berries for this wine come from higher altitudes with slate and limestone soil. Spontaneously fermented for about 3 weeks in 500L and 1200L wooden barrels, it is then further matured for one year in these barrels. No batonnage, fining, filtration and bottled without additional sulphur.
A very delicate, fine appearance with floral, red fruity and spicy aromas. Joschuari is not to be underestimated for its understatement, as this wine has a rich length on the palate with a salty freshness and noticeable fine tannins.
Mechthild’s and Bertholdi’s son, the brother of Emmeram and Timotheus, and married to Wiltrude. A man with style and a charismatic, complex character, he has a mind of his own. Indeed, as the principal heir to Gut Oggau, with his dry humour and quick wit, he can more than stand up to his father.