In 2000, the founder of Bodega Kieninger, Martin Kieninger, a wine producer and architect from Austria, planted 4,000 varietals from his homeland. The vineyards sit on the foothills of Sierra de las Cumbres at 750m altitude and are currently home to many different types of grapes, including the French varieties Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Fran and Pinot Noir, Austrian varietals such as Blaufraekish and Zweigelt, and Spanish grapes like Garnacha Tinta and Tintilla de Rota. The wine is produced using traditional and sustainable techniques, seeking to showcase and respect the environment.
Made exclusively from the Austrian varieties Zweigelt and Blaufrankisch planted in the soil of Ronda. This wine represents a unique approach of using non native grapes in perfect growing conditions to create something special. Cherry red in the glass the wine has notes of black fruits and hints of spice. Light to medium bodied on the palate with great elegance and balance.
Grape(s): Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch