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Nehrer, Zweigelt 2021

3,190 Ft

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What is known today as Burgenland was the western border of the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary between the 11th and 16th centuries and was later part of the Habsburg Empire as Royal Hungary. But most of its population—a melting pot including Croatians and Hungarians—were predominantly German-speaking. The area was officially reunited with Austria in 1921, although Ödenburg, today’s Sopron, and eight other villages voted in a plebiscite to return to Hungary. After the construction of the Iron Curtain, this area also became the buffer zone between East and West. Thankfully the Iron Curtain was torn down almost three decades ago and Austrians and Hungarians are free to come and go again as they please, to visit relatives previously cut off by the border, and to rediscover common cultural values. Burgenland has regained its traditional role as a bridge, rather than as a perimeter fence between Western and Eastern Europe.

The Burgenland area is also a rich wine producing region, on both sides of the border (the Sopron region lies on the Hungarian side). Spicy Grüner Veltliner is Austria’s most prominent grape variety, but the vineyards around the picturesque small town of Rust were traditionally famous for their Furmint grapes, but today Welschriesling and Neuburger are more likely to be planted. Ruster Ausbruch, a naturally sweet wine, is the prized wine in this region, and the shallow lake provides just the right humid conditions to enable botrytis to develop. Blauer Zweigelt dominates the eastern shores, producing spicy reds, and mineral-toned Blaufränkisch (know as Kékfrankos on the Hungarian side). Chardonnay and Weissburgunder are making their mark in the Leithaberg DAC and in the southern reaches of Burgenland.

Country1-3 bottles 4-6 bottles7-12 bottles
Austria7,800 HUF8,300 HUF9,500 HUF
Belgium10,200 HUF10,500 HUF12,200 HUF
Bulgaria13,800 HUF14,500 HUF15,900 HUF
Croatia10,200 HUF10,500 HUF12,200 HUF
Czech Republic7,800 HUF8,300 HUF9,500 HUF
Denmark13,800 HUF14,500 HUF15,900 HUF
Estonia13,800 HUF14,500 HUF15,900 HUF
Finland19,900 HUF21,200 HUF23,800 HUF
France13,800 HUF14,500 HUF15,900 HUF
Germany7,800 HUF8,300 HUF9,500 HUF
Greece (mainland)19,900 HUF21,200 HUF23,800 HUF
Hungary (outside of Budapest)4,000 HUF for shipping of up to 11 bottles4,000 HUF for shipping of up to 11 bottlesFree delivery for purchases of 12 bottles
Hungary (Budapest)4,000 HUF for shipping of up to 11 bottles (if the order is below 20,000 HUF)4,000 HUF for shipping of up to 11 bottles (if the order is below 20,000 HUF)Free delivery for orders over 20,000 HUF
Ireland13,800 HUF14,500 HUF15,900 HUF
Italy13,800 HUF14,500 HUF15,900 HUF
Latvia13,800 HUF14,500 HUF15,900 HUF
Lithuania13,800 HUF14,500 HUF15,900 HUF
Luxembourg13,800 HUF14,500 HUF15,900 HUF
Netherlands10,200 HUF10,500 HUF12,200 HUF
Poland7,800 HUF8,300 HUF9,500 HUF
Portugal19,900 HUF21,200 HUF23,800 HUF
Romania10,200 HUF10,500 HUF12,200 HUF
Slovakia7,800 HUF8,300 HUF9,500 HUF
Slovenia10,200 HUF10,500 HUF12,200 HUF
Spain19,900 HUF21,200 HUF23,800 HUF
Sweden13,800 HUF14,500 HUF15,900 HUF
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