- The Wine
Beautifully clean yellow in colour with plenty of ripe pear, red apple and spicy quince on the nose. The acidity is still very fresh and combines with the pear flavours to create a sour pear drop taste that is delicious. The hint of Braeburn apple comes later. The finish is not long but still delightfully sherberty.
This would pair very well with mild ginger Thai dishes or with scallops or cod. Otherwise, drink as a lovely aperitif.
Flo says (July 2018): Delightful clean pear drop, with a freshness that holds up just as vibrantly now as when we first listed it. The zinginess lingers on your tongue, it is hard to drink this wine without a smile.
Serving Suggestions:Would be a great companion to savoury baking, meat or vegetable pies and (especially) quiches, but also crepes. Freshwater fish "meuniere" and summer salads. Amazing with chinese food and bold sushi.
Furmint (2010)0.75 2019-12-12
tasting notes:still very fresh but has lost in fruit and complexity and will take a bit of time to come out of its shell. Carafe for a little while, ideally.
- Vintage Information
Product code 43TR04 Bottle Size 0.75 Winemaker Günter & Regina Triebaumer Featured Themes On Offer, Mature Vintages Style White, Single Variety, Dry, Still Variety Furmint Key Features Unoaked, Vegetarian and Vegan Country Austria Region(s) Burgenland Ripeness Normal Closure Screwcap Vintages 2010, 2014, 2017, 2018 Last Tasted Jul 28, 2016 name: Furmint vintage: 2010 size: 0.75 product code:  stock: 10 in London Warehouse
alcohol: 12.5 last checked in: 2019-12-12 name: Furmint vintage: 2017 size: 0.75 product code: [43TR0417] stock: 2 at Alpine Wines House
closure: Natural Cork alcohol: 12.0 last checked in: 2019-07-02 name: Furmint vintage: 2018 size: 0.75 product code: [43TR0418] stock: 224 in London Warehouse
6 at Alpine Wines House
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A brilliant find
Furmint 2010, TRIEBAUMER
Really very good stuff - the age doesn't show, except perhaps in a lovely poise and balance. At this price, very welcome!
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