• > Grapes: 55% Zweigelt, 25% Blaufränkisch, 20% Merlot
  • > Vineyard and soil: The name REDMONT (Rothenberg) is a synonym for the Southern slopes with their typical red gravel layers. These meagre soils produce wines of great structure, fine aromas and high longevity.
  • > Harvest: Early to mid-October
  • > Fermentation: 14 days fermentation on the skins at 30-32°C, followed by biological acid reduction
  • > Vinification: 16 months in French oak barriques
  • > Alcohol: 14.2%vol, > Residual sugar: 1.9g/,l > Acidity: 5.3g/l
  • > Description: Intense ruby-garnet, violet reflexes, in the nose smoky with a mineral edge; slightly leafy, wild cherry fruit, very elegant on the palate, slightly redolent of wines from the Northern Rhone area, very tight texture with great fruity sweetness in the finish
  • > Recommended with: Ideal with venison and dark meat dishes with rich sauces, as well as soft cheeses
  • > Serving temperature: 16-18°C, > Ideal maturity: 2017-2025