Groszer Wein Szapary (Blaufränkisch) 2017
Eisenberg, or Iron Hill, is located in the southern part of Burgenland, which also extends into the western part of Hungary. Traditionally, it is an Austro-Hungarian wine region. Its characteristic red wines are mainly made from Blaufränkisch and display pleasant, spicy, mineral notes. They also boast elegant white wines, of course. The slopes comprise crystalline rocks mixed with clay. The result is a unique and truly unconventional wine that perfectly reflects the terroir. Typical Blaufränkisch from the region has been authorised to bear the name Eisenberg DAC since the 2009 vintage. The local terroir drives Matthias Krőn and Markus Bach in their work. From these extraordinary vineyards, they can make very unique and unrepeatable wines from grapes harvested from old vines. Pure organic farming is, of course, a bumpy road they wish to follow, but without compromising the quality of their wines.
|Price category||5.001 Ft-|
|Wine style||Acidity-driven red wine|
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