The Burgenland is a vast, wide-open land. Not only because of its geographical proportions (European proportions, mind you) and cultural history, but also because of its diversity in wine. We use the term ‘Burgenland’ to refer to our classical entry level wines, introducing the climate, soil and character of the Burgenland in a charming and sympathetic way. The Burgenland way.

The Burgenland 2007 is a blend of 60% Blaufränkisch from the Leitha Mountains, 40% Zweigelt from the Heideboden. Typical for the exceptional red wine vintage 2007, it is fruity and lively with 12.5% alcohol, 5.5g/l acidity and 2.6g/l residual sugar.

Harvested end of September, it was fermented spontaneously, aged 12 months in big oak, and bottled in November 2009. It shows a dark ruby-red color, fruity notes of cherry and blackberry, lively on the palate and a fresh finish. Can be matched with almost any type of food, or even as a tasty introduction to a nice evening. Should last up to 5 years.

The Burgenland 2008 is a blend of 60% Blaufränkisch from the Leitha Mountains, 40% Zweigelt from the Heideboden. Typical for the good red wine vintage 2008, it is fruity and lively with 12.5% alcohol, 5.2g/l acidity and 1.0g/l residual sugar.

Harvested end of September, it was fermented spontaneously, aged 12 months in big oak, and bottled in February 2011. It shows a dark ruby-red color, fruity notes of cherry and blackberry, lively on the palate and a fresh finish. Can be matched with almost any type of food, or even as a tasty introduction to a nice evening. Should last up to 5 years.

The grapes of this blend stem from the flatly-located vineyards of the Heideboden area. 2009 can be considered perhaps the vintage of this decade for this blend. Early budding, together with  warm-humid conditions made perfect ripening possible. It therefore shows a dark color, structured with a superbly fine fruit, at 12.0 % alcohol, 5.4g/l acidity and 1.0 g/l residual sugar.

Harvested from mid of September until beginning of October 2009, it was fermented spontaneously, aged 12 months in big oak, and bottled at June 20th 2011. It shows a dark ruby-red color, fruity notes of cherry and blackberry, lively on the palate and a fresh finish. Can be matched with almost any type of food, or even as a tasty introduction to a nice evening. Should last up to 5 years.

The Zweigelt 2008 comes from the lake-near vineyards of the Heideboden. Climatically, the Heideboden provides the ideal conditions (warm, mild, little rain) for this early-ripe, smooth and round variety. 2008 was a very balanced, mild and overall satisfying year for the Zweigelt. 12.5% alcohol, 5.2 g/l acidity and 1.9g/l residual sugar.

Harvested from beginning to mid-September 2008, this Zweigelt was spontaneously fermented, aged in big used oak and bottled in November 2009. It shows a dark, ruby-red color, fruity and spicy, notes of cheery, blueberry and blackberry, good body and profound finish. Can be matched with almost any type of food. Also serves as a tasty introduction to a nice evening. Should last up to 5 years.

The Zweigelt 2009 comes from the lake-near vineyards of the Heideboden. Climatically, the Heideboden provides the ideal conditions (warm, mild, little rain) for this early-ripe, smooth and round variety. 2009 was an exceptional vintage, especially for the Zweigelt. 12.5% alcohol, 5.4g/l acidity, 1.0g/l residual sugar.

Harvested from beginning to mid-September 2009, this Zweigelt was spontaneously fermented, aged in big used oak and bottled in February 2010. It shows a dark, ruby-red color, fruity and spicy, notes of cheery, blueberry and blackberry, good body and profound finish. Can be matched with almost any type of food. Also serves as a tasty introduction to a nice evening. Should last up to 8 years.