Rét, Koppitsch
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Rét, Koppitsch - 2019

Item # 40092 750mL
$21.96/ Single Bottle
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$263.52 $237.17/ Case of 12

Tasting Notes

Alexander and Maria Koppitsch began making wine in Burgenland in 2011. They took over their parents 5.5-hectare winery and moved from selling their grapes into making their own wine. They farm biodynamically and by hand with minimal intervention. This red wine is a blend of grapes from parcels across their estate. Easy drinking with plenty of juicy cranberry and raspberry flavors that beg for a second glass. Best enjoyed with a light chill.

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Staff Pick Notes

Over time my palate has changed drastically. Not unlike a teenager trying to find itself through the waves of adolescence. I've gone from adoring flawed natural wines to dreaming of fat backed Sicilians. Round ripe whites to the highest of the high acid pale hued juice I could get my hands on. But after the riptide of indecisiveness I've softly landed here: a place where I crave juicy red wines filled, nay, overflowing with smashed under ripe red fruit and crunchy white minerality. I want a wine that I can sit crossed legged on the wooden floor of my living room drinking while watching New Girl and eating whatever I can find in the fridge. Not a strategic food pairing just something that's easy, breezy, beautiful (that's Covergirl isn't it?) Anyways- You get it. 11% ABV.

- HG

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