Moric’s Hausemarke (house wine) Super Natural sounds like a late night Austrian infomercial and tastes like chunky peach vanilla soft serve. The label is a deliberate misnomer - this is definitely not house wine.
It’s beautifully aromatic with well integrated oak, orchard fruits, lime, and white pepper.
Mostly Gruner - about 30% Chardonnay. Crisp and clean. — a month ago
Pears, apples, cream. Yogurt finish. High acid. — 4 months ago
A hint of cellar mustiness but it quickly blows off after the wine gets some air in the glass. Lots of spices, pepper, wet earth, lovage and some red fruit (Blind I definitely voted for a Cab Franc). Tense acidity, tannins are totally integrated. This Blaufränkisch has lots of edges, its not a flatterer. Good length. Although the acidity is still very present I think its time to drink it up. — 4 years ago
A very good textbook example of Blaufränkisch. Cherries, red plums, cooked rhubarb, soil, pink peppercorns and (balanced) green notes. — 5 months ago
S had at Kismet, dry, mineral, she liked a lot — 3 years ago
Dark magenta red; black pepper, musty redcurrant, a little green pepper on nose; medium bodied and juicy, low tannin, good acid. Great afternoon wine and with flatiron steak — 4 years ago
Mild pear on the nose. It starts crisp and acidic with citrus. Long, dry finish with more of a pear and apple finish. — 22 days ago
Cool black fruits, black cherry, boysenberry. Refreshing. Gentle tannins under the palate. Nice acid lift. Drank w a slight chill. — 2 months ago