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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.
GEYERHOF 2013 GRUNER VELTLINER
GEYERHOF 2013 GRUNER VELTLINER ROSENSTEIG
GV
Item: #372457
Bottle Size:750ml
$19.95
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Geyerhof's Rosensteig Gruner is made from organically farmed grapes grown on loess (alluvial soil) in Austria's Kremstal appellation. The wine was aged on its lees which adds richness Read More...
and depth of flavor to balance its gorgeous minerality. 2013 was an outstanding vintage in Austria and this is the best Geyerhof Rosensteig Gruner Veltliner we have tasted to date.
KNOLL 12 GRUNER KREUTLES
$45.98
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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.
ZOCKER 13 GRUNER
$15.99
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The Wine Advocate - "The 2013 Gruner Veltliner has pretty green apple, mint and citrus rind to go with a medium-bodied, focused and balanced feel on the palate. It will be a superb meal-Read More...
starter and should shine over the coming year or so. "
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