Weingut Diwald Zweigelt 2013
Zweigelt - a crossing of Saint-Laurent with Blaufrankisch, created in 1922 - is the most widely planted red-wine grape in Austria. A highly popular variety, it is grown in every Austrian wine region, with the finest examples coming from Burgenland, particularly the Neusiedlersee.
The wine-growing region of Wagram received its new name in 2007, previously being known as Donauland. The 2,451 hectares of vines are planted in two distinct zones; to the north and to the south of the Danube. The northern, actual Wagram part, is a massive terrain that stretches some 30km along the northern bank of the Danube as far as Kamptal, and the areas towards the south, encompasses the quaint villages around the Tullnerfeld region as well as the historic wine town of Klosterneuburg, just outside Vienna.