Wine Blown: Netzl Winzersekt 2011

Having studied in Burgenland, constantly surrounded by blooming vineyards, I always flutter when somebody brings out Austrian wine. It’s like that feeling you get when you watch your favourite movie for the 28th time or see people quoting that author you thought would never become Facebook mainstream – a more charming experience every time.

Netzl Winzersekt 2011 is a damn hard wine to find, which is surprising because this producer is pretty well-known in major parts of Europe. Wine Searcher even states:

We can only find a few stores in Europe that have this wine. We have only been able to find the 2011 vintage for sale over the last month.

A friend opened this bottle for us to try at a laidback dinner and my, was I blown away by the result. Pale, almost watery yellow in the glass with a spring-water nose reminiscent of lilies, acacia, lime juice, baked almonds, brioche and waves of ripe nectarine and peach. No bottle aging notes, yet. Continue reading “Wine Blown: Netzl Winzersekt 2011”

Advertisements