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Austria's Wachau region is famous for producing some of the country's most prestigious rieslings, with price tags to match. This, however, is a delicious entry point into the region's style: a vibrant, young and fresh dry riesling with apricot, nectarine and citrus flavours.
A delicious rarity, roter veltliner is a very old Austrian grape variety and not believed to be linked to grüner veltliner. It is a perfect lunchtime wine which is dry and effortlessly refreshing with flavours of fresh pears, apricot and elderflower. A particular unsung hero in the delicious 2020 vintage and a must-try.
A red which really brings a smile. This is an energetic, lifted wine which shows Austria's hallmark freshness, along with cherry and raspberry notes and a lovely underlaying note of sweet spice. This is a connoisseur's party red.
The father and daughter duo of Rainer and Christina Wess have really raised the bar with the 2020 vintage of this consistently excellent dry white wine. Along with the ever-present juicy stone fruit, lemon and spice aromas, there is added complexity of delicious struck-match, flint and vanilla pod. The palate is rounded but brilliantly fresh, with notes of lemon curd, gingerbread and peaches. A wine which offers something for everyone as it is both complex and absolutely charming.
From Austria's oldest winery, founded in 1114, the native St Laurent grape has here been made into a beautifully juicy and sour-cherry laden wine with up-front fruit, medium body and notes of tobacco leaf.