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Winifred Rose Gut Oggau - Buon Vino Biodynamic Wines
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Winifred Rose Gut Oggau 2018

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One Line Description Winifred Rose Gut Oggau, Biodynamic Rose wine from Gut Oggau, 60% Zweigelt, 40% Blaufränkisch. light,, youthful but full of flavour and delightful intricacies.
Production Method Natural, Organic, Biodynamic
Country Austria Austrian
Producer Gut Oggau
Vintage 2018
Wine Type Rose Wine
Rose Type Skin Contact Method
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend Blaufrankisch, Zweigelt
Alcohol 12%
Total Sulphur Level 40 mg/l
Maturation 6 months approx in stainless steel
Annual Production 0 - 5,000 bottles
Production Detail Biodynamic
Natural Features Low Sulphite (Sulphur), Vegan, Unfined, Unfiltered
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Winifred Rose Gut Oggau, Biodynamic Rose wine from Gut Oggau, 60% Zweigelt, 40% Blaufränkisch. light,, youthful but full of flavour and delightful intricacies. Winifred offers a delicious bouquet, vibrant,open and youthful, animating, charming and innocent. Easy and very likeable on the palate, good and sociable, but a bit mischievous. Am i talking about the wine? Or is this Winifred? Whatever, this is lovely, dry rose and impossible not to enjoy.


Gut Oggau is a 14 hectare Austrian wine estate located in the province of Burgenland by the Lake Neusiedl. The estate is run by Eduard Tscheppe and his wife Stephanie, daughter of a 2 Michelin star restaurant owner. It is a certified biodynamic estate with each wine coming from a single plot of vines with different terroirs showing different expressions in the wine. The individual personalities of the wine are expressed in the faces on the labels created by Jung von Matt (German designer) and brought together in the Gut Oggau family tree. A unique and fascinating way of describing the wines, they taste every bit as intriguing as the labels suggest.

Reviews

5Reviews For Winifred Rose Gut Oggau 2018

  1. How good is this wine?

    Adam23/07/2019

    I served this at a rose-oriented supper club. It was such a deep pink it surprised everyone and it was kind of unfair to the other wines as everyone seemed to fall in love with the colour before even tasting.

    Layers of red fruit on the nose plus actual rose, even rosewater like Turkish delight came through. On the palate that sweet ripeness was beautifully balanced by acidity, and a bit of red apple crunch.

    It was basically perfect for the combination of charred, pink lamb and salsa Verde, especially on such a hot evening.

    The bottle emptied very fast. If I could afford it I would drink this all the time.

  2. How good is this wine?

    Rory21/11/2018

    Incredibly interesting rose which almost sits on the fence of being a very light red, and deep heavy rose
    Full of flavour, bitter fruits red and blackberries and that obvious and delightful sign of an organic wine

  3. How good is this wine?

    Tersia19/08/2018

    Was given the bottle as a gift by Rob and Karol-Ann. Thank you thank you. The wine is fresh, beautiful fruit. Cherries. It has a bit of a fizz on your tongue, most enjoyable. It is. It clear but should be the last thing to worry about. It is stunning. On its own. Had it with salmon it works beautifully together.

    Excellent in investment in time (to enjoy it) and money!! Thanks Rob thanks Karol-Ann.

    Our Pleasure!

  4. How good is this wine?

    Sue Wingfield18/05/2017

    Where do I start, fruity,floral with a hint of a fizz on the tongue. So fresh and clean, You have to try it to appreciate the absolute deliciousness of it!

  5. How good is this wine?

    Caroline 28/07/2016

    Dry yet full, wonderfully complements desserts rich with cherries and almonds

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