Frizzante Rosé, Meinklang
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Frizzante Rosé, Meinklang - 2019

Item # 27555 750mL
$17.96/ Single Bottle
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$215.52 $204.74/ Case of 12
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Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.

Tasting Notes

A lightly sparkling Pinot Noir with a hint of sweetness on the palate. This comes from Burgenland in Austria and is the type of wine that will woo the senses with flowers, red strawberries and vibrant freshness.

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Staff Pick Notes

Yes, this wine could be described as "off-dry," but DON'T STOP READING because wine with a *touch* of sugar are an insane treat when it's hot and you're on your tiny terrace eating some cheese before (or, for real, instead of) dinner. But this is also a good food wine. Seriously. This wine would be happy with: Spicy, sticky BBQ. Summer berries (American) Chinese food Mac and cheese (I like cheese ok?) Oh, and it's biodynamic, so you don't need to give up your natty cred :D


About the Producer

Burgenland, Austria Inspired by Rudolf Steiner’s “spiritual foundations for the renewal of nature” and Goethe’s holistic nature philosophies, the Michlits family of the Meinklang farm live and exist within a complete agricultural and viticultural project. Meinklang is a unique entity; for over 20 years, when Anneliese and Werner took over their family farm, they have sought a close coexistence...

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