2011 Falstaff Red Wine Review
Who says living in your 80s and 90s is hard to do? Zantho has consistently outperformed the market in a broad range of categories and we expect them to continue enjoying such high accolades, especially now that their Zweigelt was the Grand Prix winner in 2011!
Here’s a summary of ratings from the popular Austrian magazine called Falstaff, an organization that is similar to North America’s Zagat Review.
If that’s not enough for you, we know that the people with Wine Enthusiast agree, as they identified a number of Zantho wines in their July 2011 as being top in specific categories (see below for their opinion of the 2009 Blaufrankisch).
|SCORE = 90+|
|93||Scheurebe Eiswein 2009||91||Zweigelt Reserve 2009|
|92||Sämling TBA 2007||90||Scheurebe Beerenauslese 2009|
|92||Scheurebe TBA 2008||90||St. Laurent 2009|
|91||Zweigelt 2010||90||Zweigelt Reserve 2007|
|SCORE = 86+|
|89||Muscat Ottonel 2008||88||Sauvignon Blanc 2010|
|89||Pinot Noir||88||St. Laurent 2008|
|89||St. Laurent 2007||(88-90)||Zweigelt 2008|
|(89-91)||St. Laurent 2010||(87-89)||Blaufränkisch 2008|
|89||Zweigelt 2009||(87-89)||Grüner Veltliner 2010|
|(88-90)||Blaufränkisch 2010||(87-89)||Muscat 2010|
|88||Grüner Veltliner 2008||(87-89)||Pinot Noir 2010|
|88||Muscat Ottonel 2009||87||Sauvignon Blanc 2009|
|88||Sauvignon Blanc 2008||(86-88)||Blaufränkisch 2009|