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St. Laurent:

Fine, unmistakable aromas of amarelle cherries and dark berries distinguish this indigenous Austrian red-wine variety. Because of several unpleasant qualities, such as its susceptibility to blossom drop and Botrytis, this grape variety is rightfully considered to be difficult and has fallen into disfavour in recent years. Particularly in dry years, this grape produces very noble and supple wines in the wine-growing areas of northern Burgenland and in the Thermenregion. To a certain extent it resembles a more powerful variant of the Pinot Noir and thus is undergoing a certain renaissance at the moment. With its delicate tannins, the St. Laurent can give red-wine blends added flair.