Angels ate Lemons
Meinklang 'Roter Mulatschak' 2019
Regular price $23.00
Varietal: Sankt Laurent, Zweigelt
- All of our wine selections are fermented spontaneously.
- Other Information: The Meinklang farm is a living jewel—a versatile self-sustaining organism managed according to gut instinct. Ran by the Michlits family for generations, the independent agricultural operation is not only supported by people who tend it, but the plants that grow there and the animals—in addition to their 2000 hectares, the Michlits have well over 300 Angus cattle. The vineyards are tended by family members Angela and Werner, who take great care of their native land biodynamically. Fertilized with a special compost made from horse manure and sheep manure, pulp, green waste and occasionally stone flour, their grapes produce some of the most radiant and full natural wines available. This ‘Roter Mulatschak’ is a red blend of early riped Sankt Laurent and Zweigelt grapes handpicked from 10-30 year old vines grown in sandy loam and rocky topsoil. Co-fermented for 4 days on skin and stems in stainless steel before pressing. Aged for 4 months on the fines lees. Unfiltered and unfined. Reminiscent of a fresh Beaujolais.