|Article:||Guglhof Marillenbrand Reserve 2014|
|Fruit type:||Apricot. The old and yield weak fruit types are used exclusively, as Rose apricot & Klosterneuburg.|
|Origin of the fruits:||Contract fruit farmer from the Wachau & Kremstal|
|Flavour:||Terrific nose with concentrated fruit, very kind typical.|
|Taste:||At the palate thick and soft, juicy, a round body balanced and meaty, beautiful structure, full of characterwith much bite, very intensive, good length and a lot of substance.|
|Awards:||Falstaff: Winner assortment 2016 |
VINARIA (Austria's magazine for wine culture): Distillery of the year 2015
Falstaff: Meisterbrenner Klassik 2014
Falstaff: Meisterbrenner portfolio 2013
In the south of Salzburg, in the old town Hallein lies the oldest distillery of the country. The Guglhof was set up in 1641. It is led since generations as a family company.
The flavour sparing fermentation is carried out exclusively in temperature controlled noble steel containers. The brandy is distilled two times according to an old method. No sugar is added neither to the mash nor to the distillate. After the maturity time in the cellar, the limited editions are filled by hand into the classic Guglhof bottles. Many awards show high quality.
|Country of origin:||Austria|
|Name of the company:||Brennerei Guglhof - Anton Vogl|
|Address:||Henry W. Davisstrasse 13|
A 5400 Hallein