PVA: Austrian Gruner Veltliner

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With many wines you know what to expect by variety or variety and region. For example, for the most part, a Napa Cabernet is going to be big and bold most of the time. Or a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc is going to be grassy, most of the time. But, when it comes to Gruner Veltliner, I am finding that I cannot be sure of what might be in my glass unless I give it a try.

Yes, I’ll likely get the classic profile of white pepper, green apples, yellow fruits and stone fruit with some zest, but from there, the range could be huge, from intense to nuanced, from sweet to dry, and yes even from light to full bodied.

Fortunately, I am finding that the Gruner Veltliner puzzle is one I enjoy exploring.

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  • Snooth User: Mark Suss
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    These seminars sound amazing! The PVWA tasting was one of the best I've been too and it seems these seminars lived up to the grand tasting. Well done Snooth!

    May 16, 2013 at 3:44 PM


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