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2009 Southern Burgenland/Südburgenland Eisenberg Blaufränkisch dry, Burgenland, Austria
Wine Review Report
Excellent (90 WP)
23 March 2020
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Etwas entwickelter Duft nach Brombeeren, etwas Pfeffer und getrockneten Kräutern mit rotbeerigen Aromen und mineralischen Anklängen sowie einem Hauch Nelkenwürze. Reife, saftige, feste Frucht mit recht präsentem, reifem Tannin und gewissem Säurebiss, kräftig und nachhaltig am Gaumen, wieder etwas Pfeffer und Nelken, gute Tiefe, viel Salzige Mineralik, ganz leicht antrocknend im ansonsten saftigen und wieder auch würzigen Abgang.
14 February 2012
Tart nose, black berries and cherries, animal traces, herbaceous notes and floral traces, light mineral notes in the background. Firm and juicy on the palate, ripe fruit, earthy and vegetal notes, hint of old oak, elegant acid bites, fairly prominent fine, youthful tannins, persistent and full-bocied, some licorice in the background, salty mineral notes and herbs, has some depth, very good finish.
The company was restructured in 2016 wine regions in the Austrian state Burgenland, The South Burgenland wine region was opened Eisenberg renamed, but remained unchanged in the limits. The name Südburgenland now applies to a new one Great location,