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Region
Burgenland
Grape
Syrah, Zweigelt, Pinot Noir
Farming
Organic/Biodynamic
Soil
Gneiss, loam, limestone

Rózsa Petsovits

Weingut Weninger

28

Weingut Weninger, located in Horitschon, a small village in Austrian Burgenland near the Hungarian border, is a family-run business that has been handed down from father to son since the 1950s. In 1982, Franz Ludwing took over the reins of just 7 hectares of vineyards. Since 2011, under the guidance of Franz Rehinard and his father Franz, 28 hectares of biodynamic vineyards have been cultivated, most of them in Blaufrankisch, an internationally recognized grape variety that finds its ideal habitat and best expression on the heavy, iron-rich soils typical of the area.

Rózsa Petsovits was born in 1921 in Horitschon/Hungary. In the same year Horitschon came to Austria. Just as the history of Burgenland is a history of German-speaking Hungary, so this wine tries to think without borders. Syrah from gneiss from Hungary mingles with Zweigelt from loam and Pinot Noir from limestone from Austria.

A rosé to remember, dedicated to my very active grandmother. The perfect wine for summertime. Also works with cooler temperatures.

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