Our belief is that the quality of the wine is a direct reflection of the quality of fruit produced. To that end we are constantly working in the vineyard to achieve this. We employ extensive shoot thinning, crop thinning and leaf plucking. With the right crop level, there is more air and light in the canopy to counter disease pressure and more sunlight hits the grapes to aid ripening. Grapes are regularly sampled (for sugar, acidity and pH) and tasted to determine the best possible harvest date. All grapes are hand harvested into small picking bins in order not to damage the fruit. Fruit is then delivered to the winery for processing without delay. Visit the Nittnaus website.
Nittnaus Blauer Zweigelt 2012
The Burgenland is a vast, wide-open land. Not only because of its geographical proportions (European proportions, mind you) and cultural history, but also because of its diversity in wine. We use the term 'Burgenland' to refer to our classical entry level wines, introducing the climate, soil and character of the ... more
in mixed case $14.44
Nittnaus Kalk Und Schiefer Blaufrankisch 2013
If you haven’t had a Blaufrankisch wine before, you will be as excited as we are about this grape after you taste this one. Blaufrankisch has been compared to cru Beaujolais, as it has the same combination of juiciness, freshness and substance. They also are super food friendly, which not ... more
in mixed case $16.99
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