Zechun comes from Heideboden in its entirety. Zechun was within the borders of what is the area of cultivable land of Gols today a village which was destroyed during the Ottoman wars in Europe and never rebuilt. On the basis of old plans one can only hazard an educated guess as to where exactly the village was situated. We, however, believe that a significant part of our growing area is on the territory of the old village. That is why we called this wine “Zechun”.
The wine a cuvée, initial vintage was 2003 consists of the varieties Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch and Pinot Noir. In the future, Cabernet Sauvignon will also be featured in some small part in the cuvée. Maturing and storage take place in 80% used and 20% new barrique barrels.
|2017||13,0 %vol||5,3 g/L||1,0 g/L||data sheet 2017|
|2016||13,0 %vol||5,6 g/L||1,0 g/L||data sheet 2016|
|2015||13,3 %vol||4,9 g/L||1,0 g/L||data sheet 2015|
|2014||13,0 %vol||5,0 g/L||1,0 g/L||data sheet 2014|
|2012||13,8 %vol||4,9 g/L||1,0 g/L||data sheet 2012|
|2011||13,3 %vol||5,6 g/L||1,0 g/L||data sheet 2011|
|2010||13,6 %vol||4,9 g/L||1,0 g/L||data sheet 2010|
Prior vintages can be found in the support area.