Kapitel I 2016 Wine

(earns 185 Taste Points)
Citrus And Floral Flavours / Notes
Citrus & Floral
Fruity Flavours / Notes
Fruits
Nuts And Spice Flavours / Notes
Nuts & Spice
Plants And Vegetables Flavours / Notes
Plants & Vegetables
Grape & Gooseberry Lime Mixed Citrus Mixed Florals Mixed Fruits Mixed Herbs Mixed Nuts Mixed Spices Mixed Vegetables Wine Flavours
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Quick Details
Origin: Austria USA
Province: Burgenland Neusiedlersee
Winemaker: Christian Tschida
  
Style
  
Deep & Complex
Wine Specification
Wine Colour: Red Wine
Diet Suitability: Low Sulphites Vegan Friendly
Grape Type: Cabernet Franc
Farming Type: Organic
Soil Type: Clay Limestone Quartz
Size: 75cl
More Information
Is this wine a limited edition or rare? Not produced in limited quantities, this wine is still part of our quality artisan wine collection
Kapitel I 2016 Wine

A wine that is close to Christian's heart. When he first started making wine he was often excited about Cabernet Franc from the Loire (compared to many of his friends who back then were drinking heavy reds from Bordeaux or the New World) and so it was just a logical step for him to start his 'chapter one' with Cabernet Franc vines that came from a vineyard called 'Kapitel' around his home village of Illmitz. Fast forward the 2016 is an impressive interpretation from a cooler vintage 'Franc' packed with spices and herbs that often reminds us of the great benchmark growers in Saumur Champigny or Bourgeuil.

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