Gerhard Pittnauer

Gerhard Markowitsch

Ried Scheibner Pinot Noir 2019

All the nice parts of a Rose: crisp and dry but still fruity and a little sweet. We enjoyed it with a summer tomato tart and salad. — 22 days ago

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That’s great!

Weingut Pittnauer

Mash Pitt Grüner Veltliner Blend 2018

Hints of lemon,apricot, jasmine & banana. Light to medium bodied, not too acidic. Light fruit taste with a short finish. — 3 months ago

Gerhard Markowitsch

Carnuntum Cuvée Zweigelt 2018

Solid, but not memorable. Some green vegetable notes the first day, but on second and third days it was more pristine and elegant. — 10 days ago

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Gerhard Pittnauer

Pitt Nat Rosé 2018

Ok this is not a helpful note but: 🥳🥳🥳🥰. That’s what I can offer. — 2 months ago

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Delectus Winery

Sacrashe Vineyard Rutherford Cabernet Sauvignon 2009

Still drinking great after 11 years. I do miss these wines (although Gerhard is producing some terrific wines under his new lable, Reisacher Estate). — 2 months ago

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Weingut Pittnauer

Rosé by Nature

Love it. Ever so slight fizz. Has a white beer quality, but with a fruity berry backbone. — 14 days ago

Kenneth Naanep
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Gerhard Markowitsch

Alte Reben Grüner Veltliner 2019

Vintage 2019 | at Maison du Vin — a month ago

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Brigitte & Gerhard Pittnauer

Pittnauski Red Blend 2015

first bottle popped from the chambers st. pittnauer hail. dark and brooding on the nose, plummy and brambly on the palate with violet and tart red fruit — 2 months ago

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Delectus Winery

Napa Valley Cabernet Franc 2009

So, I’m of the opinion that Gerhard Reisacher’s sweet spot is Cabernet Franc. This 2009 isn’t quite as good as his 2007 - that is the best 100% cab franc I’ve ever had - but this is damn close. No trace of the bell pepper you typically get from people picking the fruit too early, this is a terrific wine with notes of something reminiscent of roasted chipotle pepper, black pepper, and currant. Medium-to-full bodied palate with a silky, mouthfilling feel leading to a lingering finish. This is nothing like a cab franc from The Loire - pure California - but a terrific wine nonetheless. Winemakers would do well to take lessons from Gerhart on how to handle this varietal. — 3 months ago

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