Mayr – Gruner Veltliner
You haven’t discovered Austrian wines yet? Forget about those out-of-date stories of anti-freeze. Austrian wine-making has been through a renaissance in the last couple of decades and they are producing some amazingly, bright, crisp refreshing wines.
Grüner Veltliner is the grape grown most commonly on the hills surrounding Vienna and so Grüner Veltliner is the classic glass of white wine in Vienna’s inns. It’s zingy crisp green apple and lime without being screw-your-face up sour. Try it now, before it gets hip and expensive!
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Screw Cap, 75cl
Lower Alcohol Wine, ABV 12.5%
Dry and unoaked, with intense citrus flavours, Granny Smith apples and spicy undertones. Perfect alternative for Sauvignon Blanc drinkers.
Gruner Veltliner is Austria’s most important indigenous grape and up until the 1990s it was relatively unheard of. Gruner Veltliner has many charms, one of them being the consistency of the quality and the flavour profile; it always delivers what it says on the tin. Ferdinand Mayr is a musician turned winemaker and his wines are singing with flavour and intensity.