In 2006, Kenneth and Elisabeth Stagandaring;rd took over a family estate in Kremstal that dated back to the late 18th century. andnbsp;Their steadfast dedication to revitalizing the the land through organic viticulture paid off as the wines show incredible purity and complexity as a result. The family picks relatively late in order to ensure perfect ripeness and prevent the all-too-common Gruner green tones from dominating. This wine is aged on its lees to help generate texture as well as to protect from oxidation. With harmonious white fruits and stony minerality, this is one of the most quaffable examples of this grape.