Heinrich - Burgenland Zweigelt 2010 - Austrian Red Wine 6x 75cl Bottles

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Heinrich - Burgenland Zweigelt 2010
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75cl Bottles
£13.68
Available 07th Nov 2014
 

Description:
Deep ruby-garnet colour with a youthful rim.

Fresh plum fruit marks the nose, along with notes of fine herbs and spices and a hint of orange zest.

The palate is juicy with fine red berry fruit tones that deliver good sweetness and a pleasant structure.

Nicely woven, with medium length and very approachable already.



Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Heinrich   -   www.heinrich.at
ABV:   12.5%
Acidity g/l:   6
Appellation:   Mittelburgenland
Bio-Dynamic:   Yes
Brand:   Heinrich
Country of Origin:   Austria
Grape Type:   Zweigelt
Kosher:   No
Organic:   No
Region:   Burgenland
Residual Sugar g/l:   1
Type of closure:   Vinolok
Vegan:   Yes
Vegetarian:   Yes
Vintage:   2010
Winemaker:   Gernot Heinrich

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Producer Information

Gernot Heinrich has 60 hectares of vines in Gols, Burgenland, which is Austria's easternmost province, lying only a few kilometres from the Hungarian border..
After graduating in viticulture from Klosterneuberg, Gernot`s vinous travels in Bordeaux, Spain, California and Italy, convinced him that his best approach in this continental climate was to use indigenous grapes such as Blaufrankisch, St Laurent and Zweigelt to make the highest quality, most characteristic wines he could.

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