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2018 Leithaberg DAC Ried Goldberg Blaufränkisch trocken, Burgenland, Austria

Clear, firm and deep, polished, cool nose of more black than red berries with cherry notes, a little pepper and hints of liquorice, dry herbs, juniper and moderate wood aromas. Very firm, tart, rather dark fruit, peppery-ethereal and also some herbal spice, slightly bitter-chocolatey and coffee-spicy wood, youthful, fine-sandy, ripe tannin, persistent, deep and dense on the palate, clear, chalky-salty minerality, restrained power, very good, firm, tart-juicy and -spicy finish with grip and bite.

Best to drink: Mitte 2023 bis 2030+. What our ratings mean

Last reviewed: 26 February, 2022
Price: 59.00 €
Type: Rotwein(Red wine)
Quantity: 0.75 L
Alcohol content: 13.5%
Classification: Qualitätswein(quality wine)
Sweetness: trocken(dry)
Bottle closure: Natural cork
Registration number: LN18228/21

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