The wine's name means “wide world” and, with its base of Bordeaux grapes, this is Triebaumer looking outside Austria. It is big, dark in color, piled high with black berry fruits and somewhat severe tannins. The structure is big, solid, very direct, but bringing in a strong wood element. Worth aging for 3–4 years.
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