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Judith Beck Blaufränkisch Rosé Burgenland 2014


Estate: The Judith Beck estate is located on the eastern side of Lake Neusiedl, in the commune of Gols in the Burgenland region of the most eastern part of Austria [which is also the country’s warmest growing region]. It is a family estate, founded by Judith’s parents Matthias and Christine Beck in 1976. Judith took over the reins of the winery in 2004, whilst her father Matthias devotes his time to the care of the 15 hectares of vines. The estate has always used sustainable methods; in 2007 they converted to biodynamic practices. Judith Beck wines are known for their “of pure and vivid expression of the variety “ along with elegance, power and complexity.

Philosophy: “Wine and the joy of living and pleasure all go hand in hand. We prefer wines which captivate all of our senses with each new bottle and each new sip.”

Winemaking: Father and daughter believe in as little intervention as possible in both the vineyard and winery. All wines are vegan with only native yeasts used in fermentation.

Tasting Notes: Amber orange in colour with aromas of cherry, crushed white peppercorn and a fantastic hint of herbaceous funk. Cherry, red currant and watermelon flavours are framed by a sleek acidity, whilst red grapefruit and hints of orange blossom comprise the bright, citrus finish. Wonderfully easy drinking and refreshing, this will vanish rather rapidly from your glass.

100% Blaufränkisch
Produced by Judith Beck GMBH
12% Alcohol
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