Sepp Moser Zweigelt Rose (750ml)
The Moser family is one of Austria’s viticultural dynasties. In 1848, Anton Moser started his own wine estate in the village of Rohrendorf. The most famous descendant of the family is the viticulture pioneer Dr. Lenz Moser who, in the 1950’s, developed the high training system for vines.
Sepp Moser founded today’s estate in 1987 with vineyards in the Austrian wine-growing areas Kremstal and Neusiedlersee. He ambitiously dedicated himself to creating exquisite wines full of character from best sites.
Sepp’s son Nikolaus took over the estate in 2000- quickly becoming one of the first wine-growers in Austria to convert his vineyards to biodynamics.
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This rose is made from Zweigelt, Austria’s most planted red wine grape; a cross between Blaufränkisch and St. Laurent (similar red berry and bright fruit as Pinot Noir). Sepp Moser has produced a beautiful onion skin coloured wine with scents of red berry, strawberry and fresh flowers. The palate is lively and crisp and with focused minerality. Like all good rose, don’t over chill so you can enjoy the maximum flavours the wine has to offer.