Zweigelt ROSÉ, Erdenlied
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Zweigelt ROSÉ, Erdenlied - 2019

Item # 36849 1L
$12.96/ Single Bottle
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$155.52 $139.97/ Case of 12
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An Austrian rosé that's dry, delicious and comes from the northern part of the country in the region of Niederosterreich. You'll find aromas of cherries, red berries and a lively palate full of mineral and acidity that will work well with any number of cuisines.


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Staff Pick Notes

Don't be afraid of the slightly dark color, here is a ridiculously yummy wine at an amazing price. The classic Zweigelt flavors are on display here of ripe cherries, floral notes and herbaceous earth all together in rose form. Something like a walking in Cherry orchard in bloom while eating a bowl cherries right after the grass has been mowed. The ultimate porch pounding liter that's easy fun and goes down smooth.

- JGM

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Zweigelt

Zweigelt, modestly named by Fritz Zweigelt of the Federal Institute for Viticulture and Pomology at Klosterneuburg, Austria in 1922, is a crossing of Blaufränkisch and St.-Laurent. It has risen to fame in its homeland and beyond, and now is the single most widely grown red grape variety in Austria. Offering some of the best attributes of both its parents, Zweigelt is very resistant to frost (an...

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