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Saint Laurent produces wine similar in weight to Merlot, yet with a totally different flavor profile - think cherry cordial with a hint of marjoram. Meinhard Forstreiter’s vineyards are located near ...
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If you like Pinot Noir, you will love ZVY-GELT! Velvety and full of concentrated fruit, this wine features ripe cherries aromas and plenty of spicy notes. On the palate it shows a medium body, balanced ...
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Medium camine garnet, full core, slightly lighter edges. Intensive nuances of raspberry pulp, floral touch, grapefruit zests, inviting bouquet. Full-bodied, extracted sweetness and fruitiness, sweet berries, ...
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This high end wine is a Austrian Still Wine 2003 vintage from Weinland Burgenland produced by Weninger that is 750ml.
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Luminous Chestnut red. Fruity and velvety like Pinot Noir. Feminine wine flavor and masculine Malt in perfect harmony.
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Medium ruby color, wide edge whitening on the nose raspberries, black cherries, subtle nuances gingerbread, sweet spices. On the palate full bodied with floral notes, clear structure with grippy tannins, ...
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This classic Zweigelt comes from the Heideboden and is matured in large wooden barrels. A fruity, elegant wine with such juicy tannins and a fune structure.
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Dark ruby color; fruity and spicy bouquet, delicate lined with toasty aromas; full-bodied on mGaumen, smooth texture, fine tannins on the finish.
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This high end wine is a Austrian Still Wine 2013 vintage from Weinland Burgenland produced by Paul Achs that is 750ml.
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This wine is made from 100% St. Laurent grapes. The vines are up to 35 years-old, with half of them growing in the Rosenberg in Breitenbrunn (in the mica slate soils of the eastern slope of the Leithagebirge), ...
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The Blaufrankisch Alter Berg (literally “old hill”) is from a 25 year-old vineyard in the Leithaberg range on the western shore of the Lake Neusiedl. Leithaberg is a relatively new area for ...
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Enjoy this wine from Weinland Niederosterreich produced by Weinberghof Fritsch and is a Austrian Still Wine 2014 vintage that is 750ml.
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This fine wine is a Austrian Still Wine 2009 vintage from Weinland Niederosterreich produced by Weingut Artner that is 750ml.
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Enjoy this wine from Weinland Burgenland produced by Paul Achs and is a Austrian Still Wine 2014 vintage that is 750ml.
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Enjoy this wine from Weinland Niederosterreich produced by Pratsch and is a Austrian Still Wine 2013 vintage that is 1.00l.
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