The wine label of Heinrich, the wine bears the name of one of the oldest and best Golser slopes, the south-westward-inclined vineyards are characterized by red terraced gravel and fine-grained sandy-loamy sediment soils. A blend of 50% Merlot and 50% Blaufränkisch. Black core with good soul! In the nose very dense, Powidl, dark forest berries, undergrowth with earthy aromas, beetroots, bay leaves, cedar bark, very facetous.
On the palate, with fleshy structure, the fine-grained ripe tannins give it a fine texture, the fine acidity underlines this, then come pencil, black cherry and dark chocolate into the game, also again leafy nuances. Even in his youth great, the best salt mountain ever!