St. Laurent

St. Laurent: is a grape that is full of prounounced dark fruits such as black berries, sour cherries and prune complimented by beet root and dark chocolate notes. The wines this grape produces are velvety with subtle tannins. The grape is quite similar to Pinot Noir as Pinot Noir is one of it's parents (the other is unknown.) Like its parent, St. Laurent has a history of being difficult to grow, but has recently enjoyed a rebirth in popularity. The grape is primarily grown in the northern and central parts of Burgenland as well as the norther areas of Lower Austria and in Styria. Thermenregion is the traditional home of the St. Laurent wines. – Description from Constance Chamberlain

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    Austria is located in the heart of Europe and is known for incredibly dry whites of exceptional ...

  • Burgenland

    Burgenland is a major wine-producing region located in Austria’s southeast. It is Austria’s war...

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    Kremstal’s winemaking areas can be found in the town of Krems, in communities to the East of the ...

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    The Neusiedlersee hugs the borders of Hungary and Carnuntum and is one of Burgenland’s  norther...

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    Surprisingly flavoursome; full-bodied and very racy, rich in extract and with a fruity acidity st...

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  • That's a gentle sybarite thee. You do have a slightly varied palate, though, what with the likes of those pseudo-Burgundy varieties like St. Laurent and South Australian Riesling.  You may wish (if you have not already done so) compare some of the Clare Rieslings with those grown in New England, or, if you wish to go the source, elect to buy som... Read More

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  • I'm 34 yrs old and have been working in the restaurant industry for the last 21 years.  Currently, I am the front of house manager at Gracie's in Providence, RI. (Graciesprov.com) My current interests in wine include Ribera Del Duero, Clare Valley Riesling, wines of New England and Long Island, NY, Austrian reds like St. Laurent and Blaufränkisc... Read More

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  • Hi!My great love is Burgundy, red and white, let's say from the permier Cru and Grand Cru level. Germany: ther I love dry white Rieslings, priced about 20 - 30 USD: About Portugal: surely vintage port (2011 was a knockout vintage and still priced quite reasonably (but not cheap, let's say 90 $), futher, there are very good wines from the Douro v... Read More

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  • Hi together!I am a passionate wine lover since 1982, having tasted a lot of vines. My prefernces are wines of France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Special prefernces: Burgundy, Piemont, Pomerol.  Read More

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  • Opus Eximium No. 22 2011

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    Wine review by DirkW


  • Leo Hillinger Red Blend Small Hill Red 2007

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    Wine review by Marin Danicic


  • Umathum St. Laurent Vom Stein 2002

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    Rich and satisfying. An interesting alternative to the usual varietals. Read More

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  • It's friendly to a lot of wine, including sweet wines. It's not a light poultry so can handle some pretty decent reds - I've had it with Blaufrankisch, Cab Franc, Cab Sauvignon, Zweigelt, St. Laurent, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Amarone, Zinfandel, and various whites and sweets. For me, one of the great pairings is a Zin - just seems to work real... Read More

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  • Hi everyone!Just a question here.. has anyone eaten goose, cooked at home, for a dinner?   I surely haven't.  But I want to know if  am missing something.  What does it taste like?  Tips for cooking?  Thinking of including one along side my beef roast at Christmas. Read More

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  • Meinklang Burgenlandrot 2010

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