Bruck, Viessling (Riesling)

Bruck

The “Bruck” is known as the best and warmest site in Viessling – even though it is
actually the coolest  and highest in the Wachau. Overall, Viessling can be seen as the
counterpoint to the much warmer terroir in the east of Wachau. My Rieslings here
develop a distinctive fruitiness with spicy notes and a filigree minerality.
The vineyard is cultivated without the use of a tractor – only through pure handwork.
Bruck


Vintage 2016 - bottled as "2B": 12.3% vol, 2.9g/l RS,   7,0 g/l acidity,   pH 3.12
Vintage 2015: 
Alcohol 12,1% vol,   Dry, with 3,0g/l RS,   7.0 g/l acidity,   pH 3.18
Vintage 2014:
not bottled - grapes are part of 2014 Schöner Riesling blend
Vintage 2013:
 
Alcohol 12.2% vol,   Dry, with 5.5g/l RS,    8.7 g/l acidity,   pH 3.1
Vintage 2012:
 Alcohol 12.6% vol,   Dry, with 4.4 g/l RS,   6.1 g/l acidity,   pH 3,3
Vintage 2011:
 Alcohol 12.3% vol,   Dry, with 5.2 g/l RS,   6.1 g/l acidity,   pH 3.3
Vintage 2010:
 Alcohol 12.2% vol,   Dry, with 7.1 g/l RS,   9.3 g/l acidity,   pH 3.3
Vintage 2009:
 Alcohol 12.7% vol,   Dry, with 6.6 g/l RS,   8.5 g/l acidity,   pH 3.2
Vintage 2008:
Alcohol 12.7% vol,   Dry, with 5.5 g/l RS,   8.2 g/l acidity,   pH 3.2