Zweigelt, St. Laurent & Pinot Noir
After the harvest, the grapes – still with their stems – are softly pressed and then fermented. This type of rosé is somewhat similar to a white wine because no acid reduction is used to emphasise the fine fruity character with a streamlined elegance. Its fragrance and fruit nuances of wild cherry and fresh berries make this Rosé an optimal universal food companion. -Winemaker's Notes
90pts - Wine Enthusiast
"A subtle nose of lemon leads onto a slender, fresh palate where lemony brightness and lightness reign. A phenolic edge sets a pleasant, gastronomic accent while refreshment is guaranteed on the dry finish."