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2009 Southern Burgenland/Südburgenland Ried Reihburg Blaufränkisch dry, Burgenland, Austria
Wine Review Report
Excellent (92 WP)
2 February 2020
Clear, fairly mature nose, ripe black berries, hint of tobacco, peppery and tarry traces, hit of juniper, mineral notes. Ripe, juicy, black fruit on the palate, fine tannins, touch of dried herbs, juniper, salty mineral notes, light toasted notes, fairly fresh, juicy style, persistent, concentrated and gripping, refreshing acid bite, good depth, reined-in power, complex, saöty and herbaceous notes, peppery spice on a very good, firm, juicy finish.
Best to drink:
14 February 2012
Cool, fairly deep, polished nose, preserved and candied cherries and black berries, delicate floral notes, some herbs and spices, clear mineral notes in the background, touch of old oak. Concentrated and juicy on the palate, ripe, polished, very clear fruit, slightly sweetish, toasted spicy oak, very fine, youthful tannins, deep and persistent, very firm, still largely undeveloped, light acid bite, smoky traces and a touch of dark chocolate, very good long 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,