austrian-wine-mapThough well-known for its skiing in the Alps, Austria is increasingly becoming known for its quality wine regions in the warmer north east region of the country. It has one of the most innovative and dynamic wine industries in Europe. Only 35 grape varieties are permitted to be grown in the country, which focusses mainly on whites made from Gruner Veltliner and Riesling as well as reds made from Blaufrankisch, Zweigelt and, Saint-Laurent

Gruner Veltliner is considered the country's signature grape variety, which is typically produced in a crisp, spicy style. Classic wines show citrus aromas (lemon peel and grapefruit) complemented by fresh vegetal notes and the variety's trademark hint of white pepper.

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  • Zahel-Gruner-Veltliner-Goldberg

    Zahel Gruner Veltliner Goldberg 2021

    Zahel wines are characterized by a close connection to nature and region, as symbolized by the butterfly on their label. Since 2018 all Zahel wines are certified either organic or Biodynamic.



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