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The intriguing nose suggests the ripe flesh of yellow plums drizzled with lemon juice, this is subtly aromatic and immensely appetizing. Riper fruit is revealed on the slight and light palate, once again ...
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Saint Laurent produces wine similar in weight to Merlot, yet with a totally different flavor profile - think cherry cordial with a hint of marjoram. Meinhard Forstreiter’s vineyards are located near ...
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Zierfandler is a light-skinned variety grown exclusively in Austria’s Thermenregion. It is one of only 22 white-wine varieties permitted in the production of quality wine in the Central European nation. ...
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Intense ruby colouring with a dark core; mocca in the nose, chocolate and concentrated fruits of berries and elder; a spicy note on the palate, roasted flavours and a play with fruits, very ripe tannins, ...
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Aromas of ripe apples and a typical Veltliner spiciness marry to create a fascinating fruit bouquet. On the palate, the wine is soft and juicy, supported by a fine fruit acidity. Very harmonious, allowing ...
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This Riesling from the southern banks of the Danube River has balanced fruit and acidity, juicy, hints of fresh peach, lively, refreshing.
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Federspiel designates the wine from the middle harvest in the Wachau, and is typically the largest single production wine at the winery.
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This high end wine is a Austrian Still Wine 2003 vintage from Weinland Burgenland produced by Weninger that is 750ml.
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Light straw yellow in color with aromas of white peach, gooseberry, kiwi, and lime. On the palate, the wine is pleasantly fruity and backed by a streak of minerality and zesty acidity.
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Dark ruby-garnet colour with an opaque core and a touch of violet slightly on the rim. The nose is ethereal with notes of sweet forest berry fruit, fine herbs, soft tobacco and some pleasant noble wood. ...
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High-lying terraces and valley sites comprising weathered soils are behind this elegant, unobtrusively fruity Riesling.
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The interplay of climate and soil forms the basic character of wines from the Kamptal. Warm, dry air arrives by day from the Pannonian plains to the south while evening brings cooler air currents from the ...
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This light golden yellow wine has enticing aromas of pineapple, apricot, and green apple. On the palate, the wine has flavors of white peach and honey, with firm acid and a long, citrusy finish. Smaragd ...
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Spiegel, meaning “mirror,” are typically hilltop sites in Austria and were lookout posts for attack. This Spiegel is pure loess soil giving a straightforward Gruner Veltliner that is “easier ...
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Grown on terraces with soils of Gfohl gneiss and loess, the old vines produce a minerally wine with plenty of fruit and vibrant acidity.
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