Berger Blauer Zweigelt Austria Bergland Red 2009

Winemaker's Notes:

Charm and value typify these wines. Clean, cultured-yeast wines with lots of primary fruit, yet aging superbly. There’s some land on the Gedersdorf plateau that’s planted to red varieties. All the wines are made dry, of course. They use cultured yeasts to get slow fermentations and to preserve the utmost CO2. Berger is all stainless steel, of course. Technology for controlling fermentation temperatures, by no means universal in Austria, has been in use here since 1990.

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External Reviews for Berger Blauer Zweigelt Austria Bergland Red

External Review
Source: Bowery And Vine
04/14/2011

A gushing almost sappy aroma leads to a surprisingly dense and almost powerful palate with a little tannin and a bacony finish.



Charm and value typify these wines. Clean, cultured-yeast wines with lots of primary fruit, yet aging superbly. There’s some land on the Gedersdorf plateau that’s planted to red varieties. All the wines are made dry, of course. They use cultured yeasts to get slow fermentations and to preserve the utmost CO2. Berger is all stainless steel, of course. Technology for controlling fermentation temperatures, by no means universal in Austria, has been in use here since 1990.

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