The name of this wine, Zu Tisch, translates to “for the table,” and it is! This literally pairs well with everything. A blend of four different grapes, half spend time soaking all the earthy goodness from their skins and the other half are pressed directly from the vine to stay bright and crisp. As the winemaker describes, this is “fuzzy yellow peach, juicy Meyer lemon…Hawaiian bread, peach Danish, jasmine flowers and pineapple. Finishes savory and salty with grapefruit pith.”
Honestly one of the most versatile pairing wines we’ve ever met! From take out sushi to pasta and spring veggies, this will go with basically any cheese, meat, veg, or starch.
Andreas Gsellmann’s father was a co-founder of Pannobile, a group of 9 wineries in the town of Gols, Austria outside of Vienna, where they make natural wine. Andreas joined the winery in 2005 and introduced his own biodynamic approach to agriculture. In 2007, he started incorporating new farming methods in the vineyard and wine cellar and his father trustfully placed the winery in Andrea’s hands in 2019. The vineyards were certified organic in 2006 and biodynamic in 2011.