Gut Oggau – Bertholdi 2013

99,00 

Bertholdi sits on the throne of the red wine line of Gut Oggau. Without doubt, it’s one of the best natural red wines in Austria. The proud “grandfather” of the dynasty stems from a small patch of very old Blaufränkisch vines. The ancient method of tree press gives Bertholdi an especially deep and dark character. The complex peppery, meaty flavours might remind you of black olives.

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Description

Gut Oggau Bertholdi

Country Austria
Region/Village Neusiedlersee-Hügelland/Oggau
Grape Variety Blaufränkisch
Type of Soil Limestone & Gravel
Vinification 24 Months in 500l Used Barrique Barrel
Sugar Content Dry
ABV 13.5%
Size 75 cl
Total Sulphur Contains Sulfites
Certificates Demeter/ Renaissance des Appellations/Organic
Tasting Notes Cherry/Black Olives/White Pepper
Food Pairing Wild Boar with Black Olives Stew
Video Recipe

Additional information

Region

Burgenland

Subregion

Neusiedlersee-Hügelland

Grape Variety

Blaufränkisch

Acidity level

Medium

Craziness

2 – Seducer

Tannin level

Medium

Style

complex, dark, earthy