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Saint Laurent

The grape with the halo

The berries of the Saint Laurent fade from the tenth of August, St. Lawrence’s day, the patron saint of chefs. In its homeland in Austria, the variety was formerly called Laurenzitraube. With its aroma of fresh sour cherries and elegant tannins, it appears to be a more powerful version of Pinot noir. However, the two are not related. The Saint Laurent is currently undergoing a boom. Its wines are deep-red, velvety, full-bodied and aromatic. Above all, the qualities from the oak barrels delight lovers of softer, fuller reds. Yet the largest cultivation area is not in Austria, but the Czech Republic. A little anecdote: the Saint Laurent lost its halo there during the Soviet era, and was allowed only to be called Vavrinecké instead of Svatovavrinecké.

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Cuvée Bertrand 2016

Schlosskellerei Gobelsburg, 1500 ml
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Das kleine Kreuz 2017

QbA Pfalz, Rings, 750 ml
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Cuvée Bertrand 2016

Schlosskellerei Gobelsburg, 5000 ml
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Cuvée Bertrand 2016

Schlosskellerei Gobelsburg, 9000 ml
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Cuvée Bertrand 2016

Schlosskellerei Gobelsburg, 3000 ml
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Das Kreuz 2016
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Das Kreuz 2016

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Schlosskellerei Gobelsburg, 12000 ml

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