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Syrah

The archetype of a delicious red

A powerful premium Syrah which shows how well this variety performs in the exceptional Pannonian climate. Last vintage.


Source
Austria
Red

Information

About this vintage

Vintage
2006
SKU
4330047
Ripeness
Normal
Alcohol
13.5 %
Bottle Size
0.75L

Wine Details

Country
Austria
Colour
Red
Region
Burgenland
Variety
Syrah
Sweet
No
Sparkling
No
Ripeness
Normal

More about this wine

A beautiful dark ruby, with a nose of fresh black olives, chopped thyme, laurel, some ground coriander, smoked bacon, black pepper, oak and liquorice. Dry, juicy fruit with very supple tannins which are quite typical varietal characteristics. Will age well. Let it breathe for a couple of hours after opening, then drink at 17-19°C with wild pheasant, bacon and cabbage, peppered steaks, pasta dishes and truffle dishes.

Ratings: A la Carte - 92 points, Gault Millau - 16 points.



In Depth

The grapes for this wine were harvested from the single vineyards of Kleine Öden, Turner (loess brown earth) and Kraxner (marl with schist). The grapes are de-stemmed and the must fermented for 8 days followed by 5 additional days of maceration, gentle pressing, malolactic fermentation and maturation in small oak barrels (50% new).

About this vintage

Vintage
2008
SKU
4330100
Ripeness
Normal
Stock
5
Bottle Size
0.75L

Wine Details

Country
Austria
Colour
Red
Region
Burgenland
Variety
Syrah
Sweet
No
Sparkling
No
Ripeness
Normal

More about this wine

A beautiful dark ruby, with a nose of fresh black olives, chopped thyme, laurel, some ground coriander, smoked bacon, black pepper, oak and liquorice. Dry, juicy fruit with very supple tannins which are quite typical varietal characteristics. Will age well. Let it breathe for a couple of hours after opening, then drink at 17-19°C with wild pheasant, bacon and cabbage, peppered steaks, pasta dishes and truffle dishes.

Ratings: A la Carte - 92 points, Gault Millau - 16 points.



In Depth

The grapes for this wine were harvested from the single vineyards of Kleine Öden, Turner (loess brown earth) and Kraxner (marl with schist). The grapes are de-stemmed and the must fermented for 8 days followed by 5 additional days of maceration, gentle pressing, malolactic fermentation and maturation in small oak barrels (50% new).

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