NV Nigl Brut de Brut Rosé, Austria, Wine Review
Tasted at the winery where it was referred to as Sekt (although not on the label). It is made from 100% Zweigelt. Salmon/orange in color, clear and bright. A steady stream of medium bubbles. The nose is nice with orange rind notes and some minerality. It seems basically dry. On the palate, nice cherry notes. Good acidity. It turns slightly bitter with cough drop notes on the finish. Very refreshing. Drinks nicely on its own but would be better with food. Of course, Schnitzel would be a great match. Drink over the next couple of years.