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"The 2004 Gruner Veltliner Privat – as per usual – comes from 40 to 50-year-old vines in a lower section of the Piri, and Nigl gave this fruit – harvested November 26-27 – an entire day of skin contact before pressing. The results are little short of spectacular. Lilac, fennel and white pepper aromas lead to a rich, full-bodied, creamy, silken, yet always insistently bright mouthful of fruit, nut oils, and liquid stone. The finish here is cool in its measured ripeness, juicy, minerally, soothing, expansive, and riveting in its complexity. Given the track record set by Nigl's best Gruner Veltliner, figure this has at least a dozen years of fascinating cellar development ahead of it – which is, however, by no means to say you will be cheating yourself to drink it now."-Wine Advocate
The country of Austria is steadily growing in both wine production and quality. The rise in popularity can be partly attributed to the success of Grüner Veltliner, the most-planted grape of Austria. As a landlocked country Austria has a decidedly continental climate. Most Austrian wine comes from the region of Lower Austria, which happens to be located in the northeast corner...Read More About Austria
Lean towards Green
The name may be intimidating but the grape is nothing but. This variety is increasing
in popularity as more people discover its delicious qualities. Most wines made
from Gruner Veltliner are from Austria, where it's the most planted grape variety.
Gruner means green in German, not because the grape...Read More About Gruner Veltliner
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