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2012 St. Laurent Trift, Weingut Kiss, Burgenland

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The St. Laurent Trift is a wonderful example of how well this grape can age when in the right hands.  Fully mature yet still retaining plenty of freshness, the fruit balances between Pinot Noir like elegance, smoky tertiary notes and meaty dark fruits.  Meticulous vineyard and winery practises have produced a wine of impeccable pedigree and one which should be on every adventurous wine drinkers ‘to drink’ list. 

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