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Red wine 2014 Mittelburgenland DAC Blaufränkisch Reserve dry Biiri, Burgenland, Austria

Type: Red wine
Quantity: 0.75 L
Alcohol content : 13.5%
Price: 20.50 €
Bottle closue: Natural cork
Registration number : #LE3492/16

Wine Review Report :

wein.plus rating: very good (88 WP)
Last reviewed: 21 December, 2017
Editor note: Ethereal notes on the nose, tarry traces, hint of tobacco, blackberries and cherries, pepper and a whiff of eucalyptus, coffee and herbaceous traces. Clear, tart, cool dark fruit on the palate, vegetal and earthy notes, peppery traces, tannins still slightly sandy, persistent, very slightly rough, herbaceous notes, firm grip on a very good finish.
Best to drink: 2018-2024+
wein.plus rating: 89 WP
Last reviewed: 11 September, 2017
Editor note: Clear nose, light nutty and peppery notes, ripe red and black berries and some cherries, dried floral nots, hint of leather, coconut and new oak. Ripe, dark, fairly firm and juicy fruit on the palate, lively, elegant acidity, youthful but ripe tannins, peppery spice and herbaceous aromas, some toasted notes and cocoa, light acid bite, good substance and persistence, still young, quite polished, herbaceous and light salty notes, some bite on a very good firm, juicy finish.
Best to drink: 2018-2024+

One of the five specific wine growing areas in the Austrian province or generic wine growing area Burgenland. In 2016 a restructuring took place with partial changes in the designations and area boundaries. Central Burgenland was not affected by this, however; name and boundaries remained the same.

The Celts and Romans already practiced viticulture here. According to legend, the Franconian emperor Charlemagne (742-814) also visited this area. Cistercian monks from Burgundy brought the grape varieties Blaufränkisch and Pinot Gris (Pinot Gris) with them in the Middle Ages and cultivated...

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