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Weingut Günther und Sonja Dopler

Red wine 2018 Thermenregion off-dry Cuvée "Etrich Taube", Lower Austria/Niederösterreich, Austria

Type: Red wine
Quantity: 0.75 l
Alcohol content : 12.5%
Price: 6.10 €
Bottle closue: Screw cap
Maturing: Large barrel
Registration number : #LN17461/19

Wine Review Report :

wein.plus rating: Good (84 WP)
Last reviewed: 13 June, 2020
Editor note: Translate to English Klarer, zart säuerlicher Duft nach mehr roten als schwarzen Beeren und Kirschen mit zart floralen Tönen. Schlanke, geradlinige, süßliche Frucht, florale und pfeffrige Nuancen, einen Hauch nussig, angedeutet Kandis im Hintergrund, gewisse Nachhaltigkeit, etwas Biss, moderates Tannin, pfeffrige Spuren, recht guter, süßlicher Abgang mit Biss.

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The red grape variety originates from Lower Styria (Austria-Hungary) in today's north-eastern Slovenia, although the name incorrectly refers to Portugal. There are over a hundred synonyms; the most important ones, grouped alphabetically by country, are Autrichien, Portugais Bleu(France); Porthogese, Porthogese Nero, Porthogeze, Portoghese(Italy); Early Burgundy(California); Portugizac Crni(Croatia); Badner, Badener, Portugieser, Portugieser Blau, Vöslaner, Vöslauer(Austria); Português Azul(Portugal); Modrý Portugal, Portugalkja, Portugalské Modré(Slovakia,...

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