For wine, I experimented with a few wines from Meinklang. I began with Meinklang Burgenland White Osterreich, 2019, Pamhagen, Austria, $22. This is a mix of gruner veltliner, riesling, and muscat. The wine pale yellow in the glass and is aromatic in a tempting way, drawing you in with bright floral and citrus notes. On the palate, it is vibrant and crisp with environmentally friendly apple, shiny lime and new pear flavors. 89 factors.
Next, I tried out Meinklang Prosa, Pamhagen, Austria, 2019, $18. This is a rosé made from pinot noir that is fairly pink with effervescence in the glass. It delivers aromas of peaches and cream and candied pink fruit. The wine is pure and supple with flavors of peach, nectarine, clean strawberry, purple raspberry and a trace of citrus. The wine is exciting, fresh and tasty. Virtually far too quick to drink. 90 factors.
The closing wine was Meinklang Burgenland Purple Ostereich, Pamhagen, Austria, 2019, $18. The wine is deep garnet in the glass on the nose it has beautiful rich purple fruit, blackberry, plum and blueberry. The wine is uncomplicated and sensitive on the palate but with expressive boysenberry, brambleberry, and a trace of baker’s spice. 89 details.
Paired with the Parthenon’s Mousaka, the Meinklang Burgenland Crimson was my favorite despite the fact that all of the wines labored well. The purple on the other hand introduced out some of the spice flavors of the meat and tomato sauce that built a excellent dish flavor even greater.