Part three of wine series from the well-known wineries Neumeister and Lackner-Tinnacher. A Sauvignon Blanc that doesn’t taste anything like a Sauvignon Blanc — an act of sabotage — this is the message of the wine label. The camouflage, however, is elegant and restrained.
Wines that taste of the region and the soil on which their vines grow and that are shaped by the wine culture of their origin. We like wines like that. The special edition KTCN of the two wineries Neumeister and LacknerTinnacher, however, takes exactly that for a ride. The mix of different varieties from different locations is intended to mislead as to the origin of the wines. The topics: persiflage, sabotage and camouflage.
Part two of the non-heritage-oriented, guaranteed tradition-free and randomly assembled wine series from the well-known wineries Neumeister and Lackner-Tinnacher. A yellow muscatel unfiltered and subnatural, nicely finished with gold foil and sealed in a wax bath. Strictly limited.
The persiflage – a prologue of a multi-part wine-series from the houses of Neumeister and Lackner-Tinnacher. The fine and reduced usage of typography and materiality present a contrast to opulent ornaments and are intended to illustrate the high value of this special Chardonnay. Finally, this fine wine is sealed in a white wax bath. Bottled in a limited quantity, the prime focus is the experiment and, of course, tasting.