Sepp Moser Zweigelt Apetlon 2009

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The Zweigelt has a fruity and perfumed nose showing blackberries and red cherries, with lightly smoky, tarry notes. I...

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Winemaker's Notes:

The Zweigelt has a fruity and perfumed nose showing blackberries and red cherries, with lightly smoky, tarry notes. It has a supple, animated palate with fresh acidity, good concentration of red berry fruit and layers of spice, liquorice, herbs and a streak of minerality. The Sepp Moser Estate was founded by the famous Austrian wine producing pioneer, Lenz Moser. Lenz Moser's son, Sepp Moser, began operating under his own name in 1987 and handed over the direction of this family-owned estate to his own son Nikolaus in the year 2000. The Sepp Moser Estate comprises of 50 acres of vineyards in two prominent wine regions; Kremstal (22 ha) and Neusiedlersee (28 ha). Try it with veal or fish, and it is also very pleasant drunk on its own slightly chilled.

The Zweigelt has a fruity and perfumed nose showing blackberries and red cherries, with lightly smoky, tarry notes. It has a supple, animated palate with fresh acidity, good concentration of red berry fruit and layers of spice, liquorice, herbs and a streak of minerality. The Sepp Moser Estate was founded by the famous Austrian wine producing pioneer, Lenz Moser. Lenz Moser's son, Sepp Moser, began operating under his own name in 1987 and handed over the direction of this family-owned estate to his own son Nikolaus in the year 2000. The Sepp Moser Estate comprises of 50 acres of vineyards in two prominent wine regions; Kremstal (22 ha) and Neusiedlersee (28 ha). Try it with veal or fish, and it is also very pleasant drunk on its own slightly chilled.

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