The cru of Burgundy and the communes of Carolo with their varying soil types and microclimates have been studied endlessly. This conversation with Martin NIgl Jr. shows us that Kremstal is not so different, and deserves the exploration of a keen eye and a discerning palate.
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- April 02, 2021Categories: WinemakersTags: riesling , nigl , martin nigl. kremstal
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