Winemaker Toni Söllner of Weingut Soellner is a bit of an iconoclast anyway. The estate’s been certified biodynamic and making natural wines since the mid-1990s. Their Zweigelt-based rosé offers a spicy, uniquely Austrian take on rosé.Zweigelt often exhibits notably herbaceous flavors when made into classic red wines, and this varietal character shines through in this rosé as well. On the nose, you’ll find notes of chalky minerals, wild herbs, and fresh raspberries. On the palate, you’ll find this rosé full and voluptuous with notes of watermelon rind, wild strawberry, and white pepper. Good rosé is among the wine world’s most versatile choices and this one is no different–try with everything from tinned fish to salty, sheep’s milk cheeses.