This wine is a charming, regional typical and finely fruity representative of its variety. Our Zweigelt is characterized by fruitiness and is fun to drink. Jam of wild berries, floral nuances, dark ripened cherries. Playful, some white apple, vibrant acidity, delicate raspberry jam, a light and easy drinking style.
The Zweigelt grapes used for thie wine come from the Roeschitz region in Niederösterreich, Austria. The soil loess, and the age of the vines 20 – 50 years. The vineyards are in and around Röschitz at an altitude of 280-320 m (920-1050 ft). Malolactic fermentation in partially used barriques and stainless steel, and 20% of the wine is aged for 10 months in oak barrels (80% stainless steel).
Bergh has been developed by the Gruber family, a winegrowing family since 1814, adhering to organic and sustainable farming principles.
Already at the young age of 16, Ewald Gruber, whose family had been growing vines in Röschitz since 1814, to become one of Austria’s best wine growers. Many years, and many vintages later, Ewald now manages the family company together with his siblings Maria and Christian. The family vineyards are 100% organic, and situated in the sub-region Weinviertel, within Niederösterreich.
Varietals: 100% Blauer Zweigelt