The Seewinkel with the Pannonian climate, the endless plain and the numerous lakes is one of the most outstanding wine growing areas in the world with 2000 hours of sunshine per year. Especially here the Austrian Zweigelt grape ripens to a massive, chubby wine with enormous potential.Tasting notes:Deep dark ruby with black core and violet reflections in the glass. In the nose typical of redcurrant, blackcurrant, red pepper, violet and blackberry, as well as black tea, liquorice, herbs, tobacco and a hint of lavender and dark chocolate. Dense and powerful on the palate. Elegant and harmonious, it brings out warm ripe fruits such as blackberries, blackcurrants and sour cherries. Dried fruits and red peppers follow with a pleasant salty minerality. At the end it shows some eucalyptus, peppermint, herbs, dark olives and coffee beans. Long lasting with some cocoa and smoked bacon in the finish. Grape variety: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon. Soil: Sand. Aging: Steel tank, then 12 months in new small oak barrels. Bottling: June 2018. Acidity: 5,1 g/l. Residual sugar: 1.1 g/l. Drinking temperature: 16-18 °C. Storage potential: Until 2027. This wine goes very well with beef and with light game dishes such as fallow deer, fawn or young boar.