Vintage:
Zweigelt Langenlois 2018
Every wine producing village is unique in terms of location, geology and wine culture. The Ortswein (Village Wine) tradition is centuries old and reflects this geological, microclimatic and cultural spectrum. Some of the oldest Zweigelt vines are growing in Langenlois. They have already dug their roots deeply into the loamy loess soils in the west of the town. These vines are the foundation of our Zweigelt which, after spending a few months in cask, expresses beautiful cherry fruit.
[The Austrian vine-cultivator Friedrich Zweigelt, created the variety 1922 by a crossing of two idigenous varieties: Blaufränkisch and St. Laurent.]
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Bottles
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Vinification
Selective harvest by hand in late September. Destemmed. Fermented on the skin in small open fermenters for 2 weeks. Slowly pressed off. Final fermentation in a traditional big oak cask. Spontaneous malolactic fermentation. Matured on the lees in cask for several months. Bottled at high atmospheric pressure during the waxing moon in March 2020.
Wine description
Beautiful cherry fruit, pomegranate, some orange zest; smooth but juicy, pleasant fruit, fine contours, some spice, clear and fresh, darker core.
Alcohol
12,5 % vol.
Ageing potential
6 years +
Serving temperature
slightly chilled, approx. 17°C