The wine is dark purple with ruby rim and opaque core clear and shiny in the glass.
A bit reserved at first, this marriage of 55% Zweigelt and 45% Blaufränkisch requires thought, air, patience and a big glass to reveal its true nature.
No effervescent opulence, but precisely defined red berry fruit presents itself benevolently in the shape of a Black Forest cake with all its inviting attributes and charms.
Revealing, yet blunt; yet floral and driven by dark fruit, the Pannobile has a lot of love to give. The colorful parade of fruit and variety of flavors resulting from 2016 fill up the glass like a free balloon.
Somewhere on the roaring party there is always a small hidden and dimmed niche to cuddle secretly after a common standing blues.
On the palate, the concentrated load of crisp fruit reveals itself in layers and of tension-laden length in a delicately woven tannin robe, worn like a summery wraparound dress. Meanwhile, the velvety softness of its basic essence is buoyed by a backbone of acidity, as well as a gossamer and stimulating bitterness. A balanced, yet determined type, which, full of straightforward honesty, stands in harmony with itself for pure joy.
Drinks great today already, but for the patient, best from 2022.
Food recommendations from Peter Müller
- Mediterranean grilled vegetable quiche with gorgonzola and walnut
- Braised pork belly with potato flan and fruity red cabbage salad
- Stuffed roast chicken with chestnuts, sweet potatoes and grilled kohlrabi
Winery Heinrich, Baumgarten 60, A-7122 Gols / Austria, organic certificate: AT-BIO-402