Full-bodied Zweigelt with delicate spice
|Wine quality||Reserve - quality wine|
|Residual sugar||1,3 g/l - dry|
|Aging potential||10 Years at least|
|Best served at||15-17°C|
|Available bottle sizes||0,75L|
Origin and TerroirThe grapes for this Zweigelt originate from the vineyards around the ‘Göttweiger Berg‘ in the southern region of the Kremstal. The vineyards grow on mainly warm gravel soil covered by a massive layer of loam and loess. The warm Pannonian climate from the East is creating a micro-climate unique to the Danube valley. The combination of the well-suited ground along with the unique climate of the Danube valley is the foundation for the perfect ripening of the grape.
VinificationFor this Zweigelt the grapes were harvested, rushed to the cellar where they were destemmed and introduced to a classic must fermentation. After fermentation the wine was pressed and a malolactic fermentation was completed. The Zweigelt was matured 12 months in small oak barrels before being bottled.
Tasting notesRuby and garnet colors in the glass, beautiful scents of cherries and fine spices develop in the nose, nice barrique tones, powerful and substantial on the palate; a wine with high aging potential. alcohol: 13,5 %vol residual sugar: 1,6 g/l – dry acidity: 5,8 g/l
Drink and Meal RecommendationStored best at 15-17° C Aging potential: minimum 10 years This wine is well suited for numerous hearty meals such as beef, lamb and venison. It is also a fantastic wine to drink by the glass without food paring.