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Eichkogel

In Burgenland, the term "Kogel" is used to denote a "small mountain". "Eichkogel", which is not a single vineyard but the name of a blend, has signified Burgenland’s mouthfilling wine style for more than a decade.
The grapes for "Eichkogel" are sourced from the calcareous soils stretching on the south- and southeast-facing slopes of the Leithagebirge. Made from Großhöflein’s traditional varieties Blufränkisch and Zweigelt, "Eichkogel" combines the vigor and spiciness of Blaufränkisch with the smoothness of Zweigelt.