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Our older vintages



A gracefully built Zweigelt, hints of black and sour cherries, forest berries and a whiff of vegetal slightly peppery spice; fresh, pure and pleasantly dry, with moderate but juicy fruit, an elegant and balanced body, framed by subtle, still juvenile tannins leading to a delicately spicy finish. Drinking pleasure in red, with several years of potential.

Zweigelt (Rotburger) is an extremely successful Austrian interbreed of Blaufränkisch and St. Laurent (a native grape related to Pinot noir). Willi Bründlmayer bought the Langenlois cellar of the Zweigelt family together with a part of the vineyards. Traditionally we make this classic varietal wine from Zweigelt every year.

Grape variety
Harvest yield
3,500 l / ha
Vine training system
Date of harvest
October 3–7, 2020
Alcohol content
Bottle closure type
Screw cap


Grapes are selectively harvested by hand, destemmed and stay about 2 weeks on the skin before pressing. The must is fermented in stainless-steel tank and matured for about 12 to 24 months in large (2.400 liter) Austrian Oak casks.

Food pairing recommendation

Nice companion to a variety of food, including pasta, pork, poultry, not too sweet and hot curries or woks.