|Region:||Austria » Niederösterreich|
|Varietal:||Zweigelt , Pinot Noir|
Lightly floral with red berry fruit and a lightly peachy undertone that’s a little spicy and wild. Lots of trapped CO2 lends a bit of a prickle. Nice mouthfeel, almost weighty, with richly intense coppery orchard fruit flavors of apricot, peach and plu...
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History of the grape: Zweigelt was created in 1922 by Fritz Zweigelt at the Institute of Viticulture and Pomology in...
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Biohof Pratsch on Snooth
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Lightly aromatic on the nose with hints o white pepper and dried grass accenting the lime and green pear aromas. Rather spritzy right out of the bottle. This shows off rather assertively dried herbal and lightly spicy flavors with good intensity. There's some subtle fruit here, lime pith and melon rind, but this is as savory as it is fruity and ... Read More
I love yellowtail wines but these foam corks are very hard to remove please go back to the original cork corks . Thank You Sue. Read More
Fresh, crisp, dry opening, with a soft blend of lemon and melon that lingers delicately. Perfect with mussels, shrimp or other seafood. Read More
Modern style Grüner Veltliner. Fresh, light, fruity and easy to drink. Definitely my favorite! Read More
Lightly floral with red berry fruit and a lightly peachy undertone thats a little spicy and wild. Lots of trapped CO2 lends a bit of a prickle. Nice mouthfeel, almost weighty, with richly intense coppery orchard fruit flavors of apricot, peach and plum over some nice shimmering mineral notes. Theres a little bit of citron peel on the mid-palate ... Read More
Zingy effervescence right away, super refreshing! Touch of sweetness and salty minerality. Read More
My husband and I have put ourselves on a budget (considering the state of the economy) and are trying to only buy wines for $13 and under. Anyone out there have a favorite that fits that price in mind? Read More