Red wines


You could say it is unusual to find this Austrian Zweigelt grape in the Etschtal valley. Planting this red wine grape was an endeavour that started a good twenty years ago now. An endeavour that has ultimately proven successful. The recipe: calm vine growth, low grape yield and a late harvest, a year to age in the small oak barrel, plus a few more months in the bottle. The result? Intense colour, aromas of dark forest fruits and a pleasant mouthfeel with soft, velvety tannins. A wine that has found its lovers. It goes well with dark meat and is perfect for pondering life on a beautiful evening.


  • bottle: GL71 | green glass | glass waste
  • closure: FOR51 | cork | special waste collection or organic waste
  • capsule: C/PVC 90 | PVC heat shrink (with aluminum inner disc) | plastic collection
  • carton: PAP20-21 | carton | cardboard waste

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