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Johanneshof Reinisch,St. Laurent

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Region: Thermenregion
Vintage: 2013
Grape Varieties:
St. Laurent 100% Colour: Red Wine
Alcohol Level: 13%
Production Style: Organic
Closure: Natural Cork

Availability: In stock


Bottle Size: 750ml bottle
From an uncertain origin, but nowadays considered an austrian speciality, this outstanding St. Laurent wine impresses with a bouquet reminiscent of forest fruits, sour cherries and marzipan. This wine was aged in big oak barrels and matches excellently to all kinds of roast, dark meat and wild poultry.

The Domaine
Around 30 km south of Vienna, the wine estate Johanneshof Reinisch is nestled amongst the vineyards near the village of Tattendorf. The surrounding region has a distinguished tradition of wine-making, and today this geologically fascinating area on the western edge of the great Pannonian Plain numbers among the countr's most prominent winegrowing centers.

We are the fourth generation of our family to make wine in Tattendorf. At the beginning, in the year 1923, the area we used to cultivate our grapevines consisted of a plot just barely half a hectare in size in the Ried Mitterfeld vineyard. Today, we grow grapes on ca. 40 ha of vineyards, mostly in the area around Tattendorf as well as in Gumpoldskirchen and Guntramsdorf. 1995 saw the construction of the new winemaking facility of Johanneshof Reinisch, at the address "Im Weingarten 1" near Tattendorf. This provided ideal conditions for the production of fine wines. We now have the most modern cellar technology for all aspects of winemaking, including sorting equipment, electronically regulated presses, facilities for monitored fermentation, and a large barrel cellar which was constructed according to the traditional method using old bricks.

Food Pairing
This wine works well with game and braises. Enjoy with vension sausages or tagliatelle with chicken liver and porcini.

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  • Hannes, Michael and Christian Reinisch
  • Gathering the grapes
  • Johanneshof Reinisch vineyards
  • Working the land
  • Michael tending the vines