Named for the order of monks that were granted vineyards in the Kamptal region of Austria back in 1171 (the oldest in Kamptal), Eva and Michael Moosbruger have controlled the estate since 1996. Michael believes in a non-interventionist style of wine making, and the vineyards have been farmed organically since the late 1950s. A blend of Zweigelt, St. Laurent and Pinot noir sourced from multiple vineyards all sustainably farmed, the grapes are pressed and fermented in stainless steel. The result is a lean and lively wine with an intense core of crisp stone fruit. The zippy lemon and lime flavors on the finish linger on and on. Nice touches of mineral, citrus zest and melon add interest. As refreshing as it is charming, this is a food friendly rosé that even paired well with a spicy bowl of colcannon.