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Zweigelt Reserve



A fine fruit display of plum & blood orange, ripe and inviting, also flowery with a decent hint of oak; dry, fresh and juicy; open-hearted & tempting; medium bodied and fine-grained, nice acidity and peppery spice as well as minerals in the pleasantly long finish.

Only a few people might know that the family of Dr. Zweigelt, who managed to interbreed the variety out of Blaufränkisch and St. Laurent (a native grape linked to Pinot noir) in 1922, had vineyards and their cellar in Langenlois. Willi Bründlmayer bought the Zweigelt Cellar from Herwig Zweigelt together with a part of his vineyards. Traditionally we make a classic varietal wine from Zweigelt/Rotburger and only recently are exploring the potential as a reserve quality of this truly “all Austrian varietal”.

Grape variety
Harvest yield
3,000 l / ha
Vine training system
Date of harvest
September 2019
Alcohol content
Bottle closure type
Natural cork

Site and climate

Langenloiser Hasel

The 2019 vintage
Our vineyards, all certificated BIO since 2018 (Lacon-AT-BIO-402), started well-tended into the 2019 vegetation period. Spring began dry and almost summery, following a warm and moderately humid winter. Early sprouting gave rise to the fear of late frosts. In fact, in May it became rather cool, though temperatures remained mostly above the danger threshold, and thus we came away with only little damage. The humidity accompanying the cold proved to be a blessing, as it brought the vines well-hydrated to a quite early flowering. However, we were around two weeks later compared to the earliest year - 2018. By the end of august, we began...


Only hand picked ripe and healthy grapes were used. The must was fermented in the classic way - two weeks on the skins - while malolactic fermentation took place in temperature-controlled rooms. Then it was matured for about 18 months in 300l Austrian Oak casks.

Food pairing recommendation

For pastas and barbecues in summer, roasted veal and pork, veal and pork leaver, young venison and lamb, soft cheese dishes when more mature…

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