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"Austrian wine is some of the best made in the world – a fact that is increasingly recognised worldwide as wine lovers, and especially sommeliers, come to value its dry, full-bodied, characterful whites that pair so well with many foods. They can also develop well in bottle. Austria probably has the world’s strictest wine regulations, and its wine producers are making some of the world’s purest, highest-quality white wines, which range from dry and piercing to sweet and racy. Reds are coming on apace." ~ Jancis Robinson

  • Zierfandler

    Stadlmann, Anninger Zierfandler Austria 2020

    93 points James Suckling 92 points Falstaff"Light golden yellow, silver reflections. Delicately honeyed, fresh pear fruit, a hint of candied orange zest. Medium-bodied, white apple, fine acid structure, mineral-citrusy finish, versatile." Vinous...

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  • Rotgipfler

    Stadlmann, Anninger Rotgipfler Austria 2020

    93 points James Suckling"Time to sit up and pay attention, because otherwise you might not pick up just how subtle and silky this floral dry white is. Discreet acidity, but the finish is long and very delicate. From organically grown grapes. Drink or...

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  • Carnuntum White Wine

    Trapl, Weiss Carnuntum 2019

    91 points Falstaff"Light golden yellow, silver reflections. Delicate meadow herbs, nuances of white apple and peach, fine mineral touch. Medium body, delicate honeydew melon, finesse-rich acid curve, lemon-like, piquant finish." Vinous Reverie...

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  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Polz, Sauvignon Blanc Sudsteiermark 2020

    92 points Falstaff Vinous Reverie NotesThis is exactly how a classic Sauvignon Blanc from southern Styria should taste. This region and this wine has been classified as Sudsteiermark since 2019. Harvested from different locations and matured in steel...

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  • Austrian White Wine

    Polz, Steirische Spiegel 2020

    Vinous Reverie Notes2020 Steirische Spiegel (70% Riesling, 30% Sauvignon Blanc) is quite simply one of the most ridiculous bargains in the history of Austrian wine. Riesling is not a big thing in Steiermark, but Polz has a small area planted to it...

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