Meinklang Prosa Frizzante

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Bright and breezy, lightly-sparkling rosé originally created by the winemaker for their own wedding.

Absolutely charming, in every sense of the word. This is made from a blend of 50% Zweigelt, 20% Pinot Noir, 10% St Laurent and 10% Blaufrankisch. One of our best selling rosés, this is a delightful, lightly sparkling organic rosé that’s a perfect aperitif.

Crown cap closure.

  • Recommended in GQ Magazine, Best organic wines to drink right now, ‘Combining lesser-known Austrian grapes – Zweigelt, St Laurent, and Blaufrankish – this lightly sparkling rosé makes the perfect aperitif. Don’t let the pinker hue fool you; this wine is crisp, dry and dangerously drinkable. Still not sold? Well, how about the fact the winemaker perfected this particular Prosa for her own wedding? Yes, it’s that good.’ Millicia West, April 2019
  • Wine of the Week, The Independent, ‘Made from an exotic blend of pinot noir, saint laurent, zweigelt and blaufrankisch, which is simply gorgeous: very lightly sparkled, cherry-red, crisp, dry and fantastically moreish.’ Terry Kirby, September 2018 (2017 vintage)
  • “Tom’s Wines of the Year”,, ‘A low alcohol blend of Zweigelt, Pinot Noir, St Laurent and Blaufränkisch, I guess this would count as a ‘Pet Nat’, a trendy new term for gently sparkling ‘natural’ wines and this has the credentials: biodynamic, closed with a beer bottle crown-cap and with only 10.5% alcohol. It is only gently effervescent, the colour lovely ruby/pomegranate red, with delicate strawberries and cream aromas. In the mouth the frizzante style gives a lively edge to crisp and flavourful red berry fruit, a hint of sweetness swept up in lovely, clear apple core dry acidity. Delightful.’ Tom Cannavan, July 2018 (2017 vintage)


Zesty summer berry fruits


Raspberry reducrrant and mulberry

The inspiring Mitchlits family own and run this model biodynamic 2,000 hectare estate in the Burgenland region of Austria that fully captures the essence of the holistic philosophy that is so much a central core of biodynamism. This is integrative agriculture that nourishes the land as it nurtures production. Angela looks after the winemaking whislt her husband, Werner, is the overall operational manager. Werner's younger brother is responsible for the herd of Angus steers that roam across the grasslands of their Pannonian estate. This is unique in the Austrian wine community - the herd being the source for the nutritious, organic dung that brings so much natural goodness to the 55 hectares of family vineyards.  The family are also meticulous fruit growers and can also claim to have started the first holistic Demeter certified brewery where they craft ancient grain beer from old varieties of wheat. Dedicated & driven, the family stand out from the crowd. Burgenland is the second largest wine-producing region in Austria bordering Hungary to the east. This is the home of red-wine production, with a focus on Zweigelt and Blaufränkisch grape varieties, occupying a narrow strip of land that runs from the Danube River down to Steiermark in the south.The Pannonian plain encourages warm, easterly winds which coupled with relatively high sunshine hours creates excellent conditions for the production of quality red wines. The mineral-rich volcanic soils are ideal for the vines. Basalt and loess weather together with light layers of sand to make fertile soils. They are loose, well-aerated and retain heat – the perfect conditions for vines. Robust and healthy vines can only grow in soil which is alive, and gives wines of character and individuality. The aim is to create natural and stable habitats for their vines’ co-habitants (natural plants & insects). This is how vine plantations become vineyards. In the cellar only indigenous yeasts are used, there is no fining or filtration and sulphur levels are kept very low. Movement of wine is by gravity with fermentation and maturation being conducted in stainless steel, large used oak barrels or concrete eggs. The Zweigelt and Pinot Gris “Graupert” wines are fashioned from vines that are left to grow totally wild without pruning or trellising – a unique expression of the grape results. These vines produce fewer bunches of thicker-skinned, smaller, and more concentrated grapes, giving a pure expression of their terroir.


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  1. Very enjoyable

    We very much enjoyed this wine, light yet so full of subtle flavours. A delight to drink.

    Tricia (verified owner)

  2. Stunning – wow!

    Definitely the best sparkling wine I’ve ever sampled! Delicious with a lovely balance of flavours.


  3. Super

    Brilliant wine and the bottle looks cool too, love the bottle cap!


  4. Fantastic wine!

    Delicious, light, well balanced, love the hint of fizz, very refreshing, so far my favorite rose!


  5. Really liked it.

    Loved it, definitely the sparkling I’d go for now.

    John Clinch

  6. In total, I have bought close to a case of this now. This wine is deeply enjoyable for aperitifs and out-door refreshments. It is light and the fizz is delicate.

    As others have said, it is so well-balanced and the depths of flavour so subtle.

    If you have not tried it, I could not recommend it more. You will not regret it!

    Rupert MILls (verified owner)

  7. The first sparkling Rose I have tried as I prefer my Rose without…
    However this is one worth returning to.
    I only went for 1 glass to confirm I dont like sparkling, next thing the bottle was empty!