- Wine Club
Type: Red Wine
Grape: Zweigelt/Ruländer/Pinot Noir
2016 was a disaster of a vintage in this region – near total destruction from frost. They ended up circling back for a second harvest pass which amounted to around 10% of what they’d normally get. With enough Pinot Gris for half a barrel, they added some purchased Pinot Noir and then topped it up with Zweigelt. They kept it in the barrel until August and then served it chilled to their friends. It was a huge success and a happy mistake. They’ve since recreated this wine in 2018, 2019 and 2020 which is why this one is called #4. It’s a non-vintage blend, some co-fermented, red and white grapes. “Personalgetränk” translates to “staff drink,” which is what always hits the spot after a long day at work.
Light and refreshing, with bright red berry notes.