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2017 Southern Burgenland/Südburgenland Weinberg dry "Alter Weingarten", Burgenland, Austria
large oak barrel
Wine Review Report
Excellent (91 WP)
21 August 2019
Clear nose, predominantly black berries with a hint of cherries, delicate floral and herbaceous traces, hint of oak. Clear, firm, juicy, tart fruit on the palate, fine youthful tannins, light acid bite, delicate nutty, toasted oak, good substance and persistence, some depth, still young, salty traces in the background, polished, fresh style, smoky traces in the background, spicy traces, still undeveloped, very good, firm, juicy, elegantly spicy finish.
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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,