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BERGER 13 GRUNER VELTLINER 1LT
BERGER 2013 GRUNER VELTLINER (1000ML)
Item: #306004
Bottle Size:1L
$12.98
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Yes, folks, this wine comes in a (1.0) liter bottle, which means you get to have more fun! Representing the fresh, crisp and refreshingly tangy side of Grüner Veltliner in the perennially-Read More...
category. Dry, crisp, and impeccably clean, this wine delivers delicious flavors of white flowers, pepper, and pink grapefruit, underscoredby an attractive leesiness - quintessential value Grüner Veltliner. Bottled under a crown cap; you'll need a bottle opener, not a corkscrew.
BROADBENT 13 GV
BROADBENT 2013 GRUNER VELTLINER 1 LITER
AUSTRIA
Item: #362375
Bottle Size:1L
$11.95
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KNOLL 12 GRUNER SMARAGD
KNOLL 2012 GRUNER REID LOIBENBERG SMARAGD
Item: #322292
Bottle Size:750ML
WA:91-92
$54.98
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A piquant nose of citrus oil, toasted nuts, and pepper in the Knoll 2012 Gruner Veltliner Smaragd Loibenberg segues into a rich matrix of ripe white peach and lychee, offering another Read More...
example of the delightful counterpoint that these wines can achieve between richness and acidity.
LENZ MOSER 12 GRUNER LITER
LENZ MOSER 2012 GRUNER VELTLINER LITER
Item: #362346
Bottle Size:1L
$9.95
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This dry Gruner Veltliner from the Weinviertel (Niederosterreich)is light green with yellow inflections. The nose is dominated by fine spice with a reticent pepper note. In the mouth Read More...
you find green apple flavors balanced by harmonious acidity; the finish is crisp and elegant. Great value!
LOIMER 13 GV LOIS GRUNER VELTL
LOIMER 2013 GRUNER VELTLINER" LOIS"
KAMPTAL, AUSTRIA
Item: #362373
Bottle Size:750ml
$15.95
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OTT 11 STEIN 1er GV
$49.95
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Bernhard Ott is a cult icon in the world of Austrian wine, leading the way in the Wagram region through meticulous vineyard management in some of Austria’s best vineyards. At a young Read More...
age he has already received Austria’s highest accolade as Falstaff's Winemaker of the Year in 2008. The Engabrunner Stein Erste Lage, rests on the border of Wagram and Kamptal, technically belonging to the Kamptal region. This wine is grown on soils of gneiss, chalk and loess, as well as red and yellow sands. The grapes are grown on old vines, the oldest of which were planted in 1957. The wine receives a 30 hour maceration on the skins which contributes to its intensity of mineralic expression. The Stein is now RESPEKT - biodynamic certified.

SCHLOSS GOBELSBURG 11 GV TRAD
SCHLOSS GOBELSBURG 11 GV TRAD
Item: #322055
Bottle Size:750ml
WA:93
$49.98
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WINE ADVOCATE 92 POINTS "The Gobelsburg 2011 Gruner Veltliner Tradition – latest in a series whose back-to-the-future vinification and extended elevage Read More...
of fruit from Renner I have described in past reports – leads with mossy, smoky, peat-like pungency that persists on a substantial, extract-, lees-, and glycerol-rich palate, its savor akin to toasted grains and somehow slightly sinister and decidedly low-toned in personality, adeptly integrating numerous bitter nuances of seeds, pits and herbs. This finishes like a long, plush and darkly hued carpet. Look for profound satisfaction through at least 2025."
WEIXELBAUM 13 GV
WEIXELBAUM 2013 GRUNER VELTLINER, KAMPTAL
Item: #322456
Bottle Size:750ml
$14.95
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Heinrich Weixelbaum produces superb results from some of Strass's best grapes. He is the winemaker of Weixelbaum Winery and is constantly looking for consistently excellent wines. Read More...
His life is his family and winery and his guiding principle is: "We all have an interest in the progress of the vintage and have two simple aims...to make wines we love to drink ourselves, and to see others enjoying them."

Wine region: Kamptal, Austria. Its name originates from the Kamp River. In the middle of the Kamptal is Austria's largest wine town named Langenlois, next to the well-known wine village Strass is located. A wine growing highlight in the area is the Zöbinger Heiligenstein and the Strasser Gaisberg. Both mountains are now the best sites for Riesling and Grüner Veltliner. Plentiful clay, loess and primary rock soils help create a distinctive Grüner Veltliner. Here its taste is peppery and it has an excellent ageing potential. The pronounced acidity, a characteristic of the Grüner Veltliner as well as the Riesling, adds to this potential.
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