Rotgipfler

Rotgipfler is a grape variety used to make aromatic white wine. It is almost exclusively found in the Gumpoldskirchen district of the Thermenregion in Austria. It is often blended with Zierfandler (which is also known as Spätrot) to make "Spätrot-Rotgipfler". It is also increasingly used for quality wines. Such Rotgipfler wines are powerful, high in alcohol and suitable for cellaring.

Spatrot Gabeshuber, Rotgipfler Laim, 2015

Spatrot Gabeshuber, Rotgipfler Laim, 2015

$54.00
Price: $54.00

Stadlmann Rotgipfler Anninger 2012

Stadlmann Rotgipfler Anninger 2012

$23.50
Price: $23.50

Stadlmann Rotgipfler Anninger 2011

Stadlmann Rotgipfler Anninger 2011

$18.75
Price: $18.75

Stadlmann Rotgipflier Tagelsteiner 2005

Stadlmann Rotgipflier Tagelsteiner 2005

$24.75
Price: $24.75

Stadlmann Rotgipfler Tagelsteiner 2006

Stadlmann Rotgipfler Tagelsteiner 2006

$29.25
Price: $29.25