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Esterhazy Estoras Zweigelt, Austria 2011

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Burgenland
Austria is best known for its white wine, but is increasingly proving itself as a producer of very high-class reds. The Zweigelt is a fine example, it is rich, smooth and spicy, and at this price an absolute bargain. Wines of this depth and complexity at under £10 are rare indeed. Snap some up before the price goes up!

75cl bottle: £9.95

Case of 12 75cl bottles: £119.40

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Our Tasting Notes

Dark ruby garnet. On the nose ripe, dark fruit, accompanied by a hint of spice and nougat. It is full bodied with soft, silky tannins. Remarkably complex for the price.

Wine Data

Grape variety: Zweigelt
Appellation: Burgenland
Alcohol: 13%




fromvineyardsdirect

"A very dark, purple colour and the nose has that classic, dry, coal-dust and blueberry character of Zweigelt, a lovely creamy and smoky note underpinning and yet floral and kirsch top-notes filling in too. On the palate it is rich and spicy, with a fairly prominent oak influence giving sweet cedar and vanilla, but the savoury and spicy black fruits filling the mouth too. Long, with a chewy tannin depth and good acidity, it's an impressive wine at the modest price and crying out for a steak." - Tom Cannavan, wine-pages.com