A blend of rustic Pinot Noir, Blaufrankisch and Zweigeltrebe, which adds fruitiness and a certain spiciness to the wine. A versatile red wine.
Pairs well with: summer barbecues, winter fireside gatherings, pasta with tomatoes and cheese.
What does Milan Nestarec himself say about the wine?
Serving some bright acid Moravian red realness.
I'm very fond of the reds from Jura - they're a bit underrated and minor compared to the renowned whites. Same story as with Moravia. Although with us it was perhaps more about self-awareness - how many times have you heard "we can't make red wines in Moravia, there's no sun here for that, etc." At which I always had a knife in my pocket because we have a treasure here - light, fun reds with acid. All we have to do is stop looking longingly south or to Chile and we have a bright future ahead of us. Of course, I say that with complete bias - I'm addicted to our local reds. The kind of typical peasant stuff they used to drink here before the barrique barrels, acid degradation, smoothness, tannins and other crap that obscures the character of the place. But I wanted to bring back the glory of the juicy Moravian red. The normal wine that grows here. So, Nach. Derived from the Old Czech name for the colour that this coupling of my favourite Frankovka with a little Zweigl and Pinot Noir from the Slovakian vineyard has. Aged in large neutral oak barrels, bottled in the portion we're used to here (a litre) and under screwcap.