A rather uncommon red wine from Austria made with Pinot Noir
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Availability date: 02/29/2016
Michael Wenzel grows several plots of red grapes, and not only the local famous Blaufränkisch, Zweigelt or St. Laurent, but also the famous French Pinot Noir.
This vintage (2017) Ruster is in a great shapoe now, vivid with loads of fruity notes yet it shows a rustic character with some forest and moss notes.
The grapes come from a plot nearby the village Rust, hence the name, the soils are mainly schist and gneiss. The label pictures the zoomed in samples of the soil.
A delicious low intervention Austrian red wine!
|Viticulture||Biodynamic (not certified)|
|Fermentation||Stainless steel tank, 10% whole bunch|
|Aging||15 m. in 500 l old French oak barrel|