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Andreas Tscheppe, Green Dragonfly +, 2021

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Pure, Golden Apple, Zesty

Stryia / White / Sauvignon Blanc / Organic, Biodynamic




Andreas Tscheppe


Sauvignon Blanc

Wine Type





Steiermark, Stryia








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Sauvignon Blanc grown on limestone/opok soils. The grapes are pressed into 2-15 year old barrels where they spontaneously ferment. After a gentle pressing the extracted unfiltered grape must is decanted into wooden barrels. Here it ferments solely with the help of native yeasts. Using only a minimal amount of added sulphites (if at all). The PLUS Sauvignon was bottled separately from a barrel that never fermented to full dryness, not that you need to be a lover of residual sugar to enjoy, it just makes it really versatile with food pairings.

Notes on the producer

Andreas Tscheppe is part of the Styrian quintet of vignerons called Schmeck das Leben (taste of life). He has small vineyard parcels in a few locations and a corner of a cellar in his brother, Ewald's house, where he makes his wine. He only makes white wines from Sauvignon, Chardonnay and the two Muskatellers; some are straight pressed, some are skin contact wines, all spend a long time in barrels maturing before they are ready to be released. Farming is biodynamic. Each plant has its place and every living thing is taken into consideration in the belief that the vitality and complexity of the soil are the basis for expressive wines. The vineyards are invigorating places to visit, full of flowers and insects. Harvest is only done by hand. Selection already happens in the vineyard yielding naturally low yields. The destemmed grapes rest for a few hours before the berries get crushed. 


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