In the cellar
Serene management and inspiration
Different ways of development, fermentation control, big or small barrels, oak or stainless steel – cellaring demands experience and inspiration as well as an indispensable calm and serenity.
In the cellar, the wine is monitored on a daily basis, its ripeness is checked, its further development controlled cautiously and if necessary attended to with appropriate instinct and expertise.
A wise assessment of the vineyard’s potential for a particular variety, small quantities, timely vintage and serenity in the cellar all aim to create optimal wines.
Lämmlin-Schindler’s white wines, whose freshness Gerd Schindler wants to retain and whose fermented carbonic acid he aims to bring into the bottle, develop in steel tanks, while the richer white wines from the Große Lage develop in small oak barrels. These include selected grapes of Gutedel which are aging on their own yeast in the barrel, as well as the Sauvignon Blanc (Fumé Blanc) that is also developed in oak and presents itself with a spicy roasting aroma. Lämmlin-Schindler’s Spätburgunder from Mauchener Frauenberg, that has received numerous awards, also develops in oak and presents itself ruby red, with intensive tannin and lasting fruitiness.