With the Glatzer Sankt Laurent, a first-class red wine comes into the swiveled glass. Here he presents a wonderfully bright, light red color. This red wine from Glatz reveals all sorts of blueberries, morello cherries, blackberries, plums and black cherries to the nose. As if that weren't already impressive, vanilla, black tea and gingerbread spices are added through the aging in small wooden barrels.
This Austrian wine inspires with its elegantly dry taste. It was bottled with exceptionally little residual sugar. This is a real quality wine, which clearly stands out from simpler qualities and so this Austrian, of course, enchants with all the dryness with the finest balance. Aroma does not necessarily need residual sugar. On the tongue, this balanced red wine is characterized by an immensely meaty texture. In the finish, this youthful red wine from the wine-growing region of Lower Austria delights with its considerable length. Once again there are hints of black cherry and plum. Mineral notes from the soil, which is dominated by clay and sand, join in the aftertaste.