Judith Beck

Bambule! Zweigelt

Judith Beck. First time experiencing the seeds sewn by this amazing producer. I shared this and I wished I hadn’t ;) Tried drinking my glass slowly to see how this could unfold with a little air but it wasn’t easy. Nevertheless it was brilliant. Rich, earthy, leafy nose paired with a decisive, and well-balanced fruit on the palate. Gentle tannins and enough acid would allow this to cellar well for a few years. — a month ago

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Claus Preisinger

Puszta Libre! Burgenland Zweigelt St. Laurent 2018

wish i were drinking this at the beach with friends but instead i’m all up in this pandemic by myself. the social distancing wine i deserve this sunday evening: nice acidity and slight effervescence, tastes like almost-ripe summer blackberries and sour cherries with violet and bell pepper on the nose. a biodynamic mostly zweigelt that reminds me of a spicier beauj. could drink a bottle but won’t because: covid rationing 😍 — 8 days ago

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Hannes Reeh

Unplugged Zweigelt

QN mit dem Club: chf 66 2017 — a month ago


Burgenland Zweigelt 2019

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Nice unusual white , no oak, nice acid — 3 days ago

Hellem Fleisch

Red Blauer Zweiglet


delicious wine which indeed goes well with salmon — 11 days ago


Burgenlandred 2018

Very light drinkable summer wine. Roof top, sub tanning m, day drinking wine. Low alchy so not too drunk but refreshing, mature and enjoyable :) — a day ago


Rosa Rosé Blend

I feel classy AF!!!! The glass pink cork is the perfect detail that really elevates the experience. Drinking this wine feels like such a treat, smooth, light and refreshing with superior quality. Juicy berries!!! LOVE it! — 16 days ago

Matthias Warnung

Basis Zweigelt 2017

Great lighter body, delicious wine. HelensXMAR selection — 10 days ago

Ellen Christen
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Josh and Emily liked this


NATURSCHÖNHEIT Zweigelt St. Laurent

Another interesting producer from Austria. Similar to that friend who you can take anywhere and people will like them - or at the very least, have a pleasant memory of them - that’s this wine. Leave to breathe for at least an hour before drinking. — a month ago

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