Puszta Libre!, Claus Preisinger
Staff Pick

Puszta Libre!, Claus Preisinger - 2020

Item # 36883 750mL
$21.96/ Single Bottle
You Save 10%
$263.52 $237.17/ Case of 12
Grape Variety

Production Methods




Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.

Tasting Notes

A wild yet lively and very drinkable red wine blend from Austria that's made from Saint Laurent and Zweigelt. Delicate tannins and a vibrant red and black berried fruit character make this an excellent wine for the table. Drinks well with a slight chill.

Need Help Deciding? Get personal recommendations from our staff

Staff Pick Notes

Claus Preisinger is a biodynamic winemaker who feels strongly that making natural wine with sustainable practices is not only a moral responsibility, but it makes for some pretty great wine too. All his wines are fabulous, but I like this one for its versatility. Puszta in Hungarian means the "wide free land" and that is nicely embodied in this wine. It is made in stainless steel using ambient yeast and aged in large foudre. A blend of Zwiegelt and St. Laurent with a beautiful dark cherry color and black fruit flavors to match, this wine is light and bright with smooth tannins making it delicious and easy to pair with many different types of food. Drink this slightly chilled and I highly suggest pairing it with your roasted chicken of choice.

- HW

Astor's Glossary of Terms


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...

Read More


Austrian wine is finally getting the attention it deserves. Ever since the late 1980s, Austrian winemaking has taken a much more rigorous approach to quality control, and returned to its roots in organic viticulture.

Deservedly famous for its white wines (Grüner Veltliners especially), Austria makes a number of delicious red wines as well.The most widely grown red grape in Austria is...

Read More

Sign up for our emails
Receive 10% Off Your First Order
Sign up for our emails


Offer available to new subscribers. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Does not apply to items on sale, solid cases, corporate orders, or orders containing an item priced at more than $10,000.