Grüner Veltliner

Grüner Veltliner (spelled Gruener when the umlaut is not present and also known as Weissgipfler, Manhardsrebe Grüner Muskateller) is the most widely planted grape in Austria, making up for 1/3 of the country's wine production. Although the exact origins of the grape are unknown, records of its existence date as far back as Roman times. One parent is known to be Traminer, the other remains unknown. Gruener Veltiner is indigenous to Austria, though it is now being grown throughout the world including New Zealand and Oregon. Although Gruener Veltliner is grown throughout the country, it is predominantly known from the Wachau, Kamptal, Kremstal, Weinvertel and Wagram regions. Gruener Veltliner is extremely susceptible to its terroir taking on the soil and climate characteristics of each region dramatically. For example, Gruener from the Kamptal is often recognized as a more mineral style whilst Gruener from the Wachau is much more serious and acidic. Typically, Gruener Veltliner is recognized as Read more »

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Based in North Carolina, I'm a wine instructor at The Chef's Academy and owner of The Clever Vine, a wine consulting and education service. I hold the WSET Diploma and have a strong background in French wine, with a special interest in the Loire Valley.

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  • Meinklang Burgland White 2014

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    Screw top, nice citrus with a hint of sweetness on the finish, great price point Read More

    Wine review by connie7899


  • Szigeti Gruner Veltliner Brut Oesterreicher Sekt Burgenland

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    Light citrus aromas. Good balance of melon and lemon notes on the palate with fresh acidity, a bit of a waxy note and a finish of lemon pith. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial


  • This arrived, today, from Last Bottle's August MarathonTenuta Buon Tempo ... PNHiller Wine & Queen Gruner VeltlinerStark Barbera Damiano VineyardChehalem Three Vineyard RieslingMost of the whites will be going to the catsitter--and with much appreciation.Most of the reds will be everyday drinkers.Expecting Apsara tomorro Read More

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  • According to the Wine Institute, in 2015, over 28 million liters of wine were ... ... America's benchmark Gruner Veltliner -- at Galen Glen Winery.Lenn ThompsonThe Cork Report Santa Clara Valley, CaliforniaTime, terroir and skill will tell, but the Santa Clara Valley AVA feels poised to make its move.  With historical vineyards from the 1850’... Read More

    From the article This Wine Region is Trending


  • Had a little going away party for a friend that is moving to Jefferson City, ... Vinho Verde and the same for Gruner Veltliner.  Good - but cheap is fine for me.  This was good.Then we did this with food - lottsa Italian food:Left to right - the Tilia Bonarda 2015 was aromatic to the extreme and drank smoothly - dark berry fruits, chocolate, e... Read More

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  • The future of New Zealand wine is strong – both through local sales and, ... American Cabernet, Austrian Gruner Veltliner, Argentinian Malbec are a few from a list that is at least one hundred strong, and New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir can be included in this collection. There’s no question that New Zealand produces fine wines. An ... Read More

    From the article The Future of New Zealand Wine


  • Great time with my "Somm Ladies" tasting a good variety of ... Weingut Frank - Gruner Veltliner• The Hatch, B.Yanco '14 - Pinot Blanc/Gewurztraminer• Conte Valdemar '15 - Rioja Rosé• Château d'Aqueria '14 - Tavel Rosé• Domaine Queylus '13 - Pinot Noir• Reif Estates '14 - Pinot Noir• Domaine Queylus '12 - Merlot/Cabinet Franc• Casal Garcia Duoro... Read More

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  • Weingut Hirsch Grüner Veltliner Heiligenstein 2006

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  • I like all kinds of oysters.  But you can also have them with Gruner Veltliner, a nimble Viognier, Albarino, and (yes, it's from the Loire) lots of Muscadet.  Somebody here probably had them with a great dry Riesling from Oregon or Alsace and will chime in.  Read More

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  • Yeah! It is oyster season in my town. Pick a peck in about 30 min. Best oysters in the world. No bias, no kidding. Wine = anything that is white, dry, French, and Loire or Champagne with an exceptional Chardonnay or Chablis admitted, meeting of course the French criteria. Notice the "spikes".  You will never see those on a restaurant oyster. The... Read More

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  • They are now producing wonderful ones in the Finger Lakes region of upstate NY! Particularly the Dr. Konstantin Frank winery. I did a blind tasting of Gruners from Austria vs. the Finger Lakes ones, and the 2009 Dr. Frank was guessed to be from Austria by the wine savvy attendees!

    Comment by 725824lake lover 725824 lake lover


  • Gruner Veltliner 2009 Mavin Winery http://bit.ly/aTBH4M DecanterWineAward 2010

    Comment by 632764PeterHandzus 632764 PeterHandzus


  • GV is great for sitting around the pool or on the porch in the summer. We get it in litre bottles at a wine shop here in Everett, Wa. (Oestereicher gent works there) Also, another by-the-litre-Austrian (red) is Zweigelt - grown mostly in Canadian Okanogan area, but starting to be noticed by WA growers. Have a test planting of 50 vines in to s...

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  • So where's the Video???

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