Nibiru Oida! Red 2021

Nibiru Oida! Red 2021

Nibiru Oida! Red 2021

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Nibiru Oida! Red 2021 blend: Partners in business as well as life, growers and winemakers Josef Schenter and Julia Nather here present their collaborative wines under the name Nibiru, which according to Sumerian legend is an apocryphal planet that purportedly wanders through our solar system every few millenia going the opposite direction of the other planets. They fet this perfectly represented their idiosyncratic methods and quirky philosophy of wine making. They have worked together since 2015 but in the opinion of this writer, their wines are, as of this vintage, better than ever. 

Oida! is a local, informal greeting like Ciao! Or Hey! And is meant to announce the newest wines, bottled in a generous liter and blending traditional Austrian varietals with other old world classics, in this case, Merlot.

The result is a chillable, crushable yet delicate, detailed and sophisticated red. Silky and textural, yet bright and quenching fresh, this is a beautifully balanced and (in our opinion) fantastic value for the asking price. Look for notes of red and black fruits, perfectly ripe and juicy balanced with an elusive but distinct savory element and a perfect silky smooth finish. Perfect with charcuterie or duck, this wine is a fun and celebratory offering meant for drinking young.

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