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The Society's Grüner Veltliner 2021
White Wine from Austria
Succulent pear and white-pepper aromas are followed by nectarine flavours and a refreshing spritz on the palate. This is a textbook Austrian grüner from the historic Stadt Krems winery.
Price: £8.50 Bottle
Price: £51.00 Case of 6
Due in on 31/08/22
- White Wine
- 2 - Dry
- Gruner Veltliner
- Now to 2024
- 12% Alcohol
- no oak influence
Weingut Stadt Krems
Weingut Stadt Krems is a winery in the Kremstal region of Austria, owned and run by the local municipality. For years an old-fashioned, highly conservative organisation, it has been given a new lease of life by a more outward-looking and highly trained generation now firmly at the helm. Wine quality has improved dramatically as a result.
There are around 30 more winery-owned hectares of vineyards on terraced sites to the east and west of the city of Krems, planted predominantly to the varieties of grüner veltliner and riesling. No grapes have ever been bought in from outside vineyards for the wines produced here. The Society has recently been following one of the flagship wines, the Lössterrassen Grüner Veltliner, for its fresh, zesty qualities.
The Daily Telegraph
A delightful, light, dry and very slightly spritzy version of Austria’s signature white grape. Think Badoit meets a white peach with a touch of white pepper, and it gets more peachy as it warms. Try it...A delightful, light, dry and very slightly spritzy version of Austria’s signature white grape. Think Badoit meets a white peach with a touch of white pepper, and it gets more peachy as it warms. Try it with chicken Milanese.