The typical fruity bouquet of the grape variety is the calling card of this Zweigelt: we recognize aromas of berries (cherry, morello cherry, elderberry), stone fruits (prune), and delicate touches of toast (vanilla, caramel, wood). of cedar) and tea accompanied by discreet vegetal notes. The fruity structure also dominates on the palate, where it blends with velvety tannins and a rich, complex body. A superb combination of the different structural elements.
Three quarters of the wine is aged in used barrels (3rd and 4th filling) and 25% in stainless steel vats
cherry, prune, berries, elderberry, cherry jam, fresh vegetable, vanilla, caramel, tobacco, cedar wood, undergrowth
cold plate, charcuterie, herb omelet, vegetable stew, roast beef, beef goulash
15 to 17°C
The Nittnaus family has been practicing viticulture for over 300 years. In 1986, Hans and Christine Nittnaus took over the estates of their respective parents and united them. At the beginning, the production area represented only a few hectares, but quickly, Hans and Christine Nittnaus discovered a real passion for wine. This is how they gradually expanded their estate, which today reaches more than 57 hectares spread over more than 70 vineyards.
Perfectly healthy grapes are an essential condition for obtaining high quality wines. Also, cultural interventions are carried out with the greatest care and in accordance with the principles of sustainable development. “The many efforts that we invest in the maintenance of the vines are aimed at ensuring a sustainable use of the soil and the rural landscape. Pruning aimed at limiting yield, weeding of the soil, leaf stripping and consequent thinning allow the grapes to develop all their flavor and quality.
In the varied landscape bordering Lake Neusiedl, the great variety of soils favors the cultivation of a wide range of grape varieties: in addition to Grüner Veltliner and Welschriesling, it is Pinot blanc and Chardonnay which dominate among the whites, while Zweigelt tops the list of reds alongside Blaufränkisch, St. Laurent and Pinot Noir as well as international grape varieties.
(may contain sulphites, eggs, milk, fish)
Red and white wine usually contain sulphites, but there are sulphur-free wines available. Many wines use eggs, milk or fish at the fining stage of production. The ingredient list will not include these allergens because even though the wine has come into contact with these ingredients, they are removed from the final product.