Weite Welt 2012

Weite Welt 2012

VINARIA Guide 2014/15

★ ★ ★

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falstaff redwine guide 2014/15



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Intensive purple, opaque, dense viscosity, particularly attractive and characteristic aroma spectrum on the nose. Pencil, loads of mint, black berries, a nice share of cinnamon & cassis fine chocolate. Stewed sour cherries, notes of cedar, ivy and a touch of green pepper, very opulent and complex appearance. Dry, compact tannin frame, powerful berry fruit, due to its intensive aromas nice to chew. Very opulent and rich. Proof that it works without technical concentration all the same. Very generous with high ageing potential. Enhances complexity and animation sip by sip. The result of rigorous manual selection combined with careful barrel selection! Worth a smile! As excellent as last year´s vintage. A young Titan from the Cabernet-Franc-Star.


Have you ever paired it with peppered donkey salami sandwich? Zebu tongue on grilled okra, tarte flambée with smoked duck breast, tartar of smoked bison carpaccio - wine maker`s size, leg of wild hare with elderberries, breast of wild duck with brandy sauce and fried pepper dumplings, pepper salami on buttered caraway-coriander-bread - crisp –please!. Could even make smoked tofu agreeable (not tested!) (for example, to get drunk in a politically incorrect sense), to accompany a Sbrinz tasting. To get something off one´s mind in a stylish way and at the same time experience a creative upswing. Could (subjunctive) mature until grandsons would be allowed to join the tasting. To drink alone – open a magnum for a tet-á-tet.


Manually picked 1st week of October 2012 into small boxes, mainly from the single vineyards Kraxner (marl on schist subsoil), Gillesberg and Ritter (schist weathering soils).

De-stemming, closed fermentation for 14 days at a temperature of approximately 30°C, followed by 4 days of maceration, gentle pressing, malolactic fermentation and maturation in small 300 l – oak barrels (50% new).

Grape varieties 60 % Blaufränkisch, 40 % Cabernet Sauvignon
Serving temperature 16–18° C - poured out of an extravagant decanter
Bottling June 2014
Alcohol 15,0 Vol.%
Acidity 5,3 g/l
Residual sugar dry
Bottle sizes 0,75l up to 3l

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