Burgenland, Austria

Brigitte & Gerhard Pittnauer

Red Pitt Blend 2016

Very inviting nose with ripe prunes and blackberries, a touch of cassis and a hint of spices with cedar wood, pepper & cinnamon. On the palate quite sleek & cool with fine, filigrane structure. Polished tannins, juicy acidity, a sense of authenticity concreted by the tart plum fruit and earthy undertones. This is a delicious blend (Zw, Bf, Me) and excellent value for money. — 7 days ago


Burgenlandwhite Grüner Veltliner Blend 2018

This is a fantastic, juicy wine - great for the summer season. Complex natural mouthfeel and smell of peaches, light apple and pear. 👌🏻 — 11 days ago

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Gerhard Pittnauer

Pitt Nat Burgenland Sparkling Blend 2017

Very good, funky but fruity. 10.5% abv. — 9 days ago


Ried Weinberg 2015

Really need to drink more blaufränkisch wines, so delicious. Good tannins. Like eating (drinking) a delicious handful of earth. Makes me want to sit on a covered porch in the pouring rain during the summer heat and discuss philosophy. — 9 days ago

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Uwe Schiefer

Burgenland Pinot Noir 2008

One of my favourite Blaufränkisch. Mineral notes, some artichoke, high on the cherry and blackberries, but remains elegant - and not overpowering. — 15 days ago


Hausmarke Grüner Veltliner/Chardonnay 2017

Great balance, dry and acidic, lovely with food — 12 days ago

Weinlaubenhof Kracher

Burgenland Red Blend 2018

Superior bottle. Tannins hints of berries - had it with leek soup,roasted lamb and ratatouille. OS flight — 2 days ago

Judith Beck

Bambule! Neuburger 2015

Tropical fruits and pineapple, some mineral notes, low sweetness. Petrol nose and medium finish. Interesting wine. — 8 days ago

Alexander Koppitsch

'Ret' Burgenland Red Blend

Juicy and full but light finish, loved it — 3 days ago

Weingut Rosi Schuster

Burgenland Blaufränkisch 2015

Christopher Losa

fresh vintage is drinking deliciously. a bit more weight and depth, but ash and forest berries with typical Burgenland mineralogy still predominates. — 10 days ago

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