Having made wine from the time of the Cistercian Monks in the 12th century, the ancient Domaene Gobelsburg presents this surprinsingly powerful red from the country's most important red variety - Zweigelt (developed in Austria in the early 1920s) .
It is laden with black raspberry and black cherry aromas, smoked meat and dark earth with a good dose of black pepper. It is concentrated in the mouth with a slightly powdery texture, black fruit and black pepper dominate the palate bound with high acidity and a firm spicy finish.
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Wine Diva reviewed - 2010-07-28 15:23:28.0