Austria

The gorgeous rolling hills of Lower Austria (or Niederösterreich) run along the Danube River and are home to 27,128 hectares of vines. In modern times, this area of Austria, especially Burgenland, has moved away from mass-produced wine and is now hailed as one of the country’s largest quality wine producing regions. 44% of the vineyards in Lower Austria are planted with its star grape variety, the zippy, fresh and savoury Gruner Veltliner, native to Austria. Riesling is also commonly grown here. To the north is the plain of Wagram with sandy top soils, producing some top quality, juicy still wines.

Weingut Rabl Langenlois Gruner Veltliner white wine from Kamptal, Austria

Rabl Gruner Veltliner Langenlois 2017, Austria

£14.99

Dry white wine, 75cl. Full bodied 100% Gruner Veltliner from Kamptal, Austria. 12.5% ABV. Suitable for Vegans. Fancy a lovely example of Gruner? Y...

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