2010 Winzerkeller Andau Zweigelt Burgenland

SKU #1129790 Wine Spectator

 Dried red berry and raspberry flavors are chewy and fresh. Shows herbal notes at the edges, with a firm finish of dark chocolate. (Web Only—2012)

K&L Notes

Winzerkeller Andau is a 300-member co-op located in the tiny village of Andau, on Austria's border with Hungary. In recent years, the governing body of Austrian wine co-ops has started to pay a premium for grapes, which has allowed the growers to lower yields and greatly improve quality. For you that means you get a better Zweigelt, but still at co-op prices.

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Austria

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