- Region: Burgenland
- Country: Austria
- Colour: Rosé
- Grape Varieties: Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch
- Soil type: Gravel, Limestone, Loam
- Vessel type: Stainless Steel
- Low sulphite.
Notes on additives, aids & processing used:
- No temperature control.
- Total Sulphites: 15 mg/L
- This wine is fermented spontaneously.
- Other Information:Alcohol: 11%
85% Zweigelt, 15% Blaufränkisch
90% of the fruit was directly pressed and 10% of the Blaufrankish was bled off (saignée). The varieties were vinified separately. Fermentation began with the native yeasts and the young rosé was aged in stainless steel tanks at low temperature on its fine lees for 4 months. The varieties underwent malolactic fermentation.
Light rosé colour, the wine has a fruity aroma dominated by cherries, peaches and raspberries. The palate is refreshing with pleasant acidity, tones of raspberries and strawberries which complement the notes of citrus and fine spice
Judith Beck lives amongst her vines, so you can be sure that she has developed a deep relationship with them. She prefers traditional varieties like Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch, St. Laurent, Weissburgunder and Chardonnay which are grown on the slopes of the Wagram, east of the Neusiedler lake.
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