Kristinus Borbirtok, Analog (2021)

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Winemaker Florian Zaruba runs the biodynamic wine farm, where a seasonal restaurant and small hotel are also part of the Kristinus property on the southwest shores of Lake Balaton, Hungary. Founded in 2012, the family-owned wine farm has been 100% biodynamic since 2018, after Florian took over as winemaker.

The winemaking is stretching back as far as the ancient Roman times on this part of the lake, the largest lake in central Europe. The diverse land of vineyards, orchards, pastures and forests are relatively close to the lake and currently stand at 60ha in size. The integration of cattle, chickens, sheep and bees have started in 2020.

Region: Balatonboglar
Grape: 80% Welschriesling, 10% Gewürztraminer, 10% Sauvignon Blanc
Vineyard Size: 10 hectares
Soil: Predominantly loam, loess and sand
Average Age of Vines: 10-15 years
Farming: biodynamic
Harvest: by hand
Winemaking: Separate spontaneous fermentation in clayver, amphora and tank, various percentage of mash and full bunch during fermentation
Aging: 10 months in large amphora and tank
Fining: none
Filtration: none
Added S02: 10 mg/l