Eisenberg in southern Burgenland in Austria is marked by sunny, steep and stony hillsides. The wine-growing area is one of the highest in Burgenland with an average height of 280-480 meters above the sea level. Unique grapevines grow on a unique soil to produce special wines like our Groszer Wein Blaufränkisch Saybritz.
Our Saybritz 2012 is a fantastic vintage. It promises aromas of blackberries, black elderberries and has a rich herbal flavour with fine tannins. On the palate it is dry and full-bodied.
It is a wine that can perfectly be served to food like beef roulades or veal cutlet.
Buy our rarity Red Wine Groszer Wein Blaufränkisch Saybritz 2012 in our online shop now!
Type of wine / Grape variety
100 % Blaufränkisch
Type of soil
slate soil, clay soil and brown earth from the rocks
Selection / Harvest
1600 l and 500 l wooden barrels
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