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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  • Rudi Rüttger St. Laurent Trocken Neuleininger Schlossberg 2015


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    Wine review by martins2002

  • Blaufränkisch is a Cabernet lover’s best friend, but still very much its own grape. And that's an asset in today’s wine climate. Generations of wine drinkers stuck to the same old grapes - but this is an era that privileges discovery. Blaufränkisch is not new, per say, but an increasing number of Americans are gulping it down by the bottle. Plan... Read More

    From the article The Very Best of Blaufrankisch Wine

  • Was pleasantly surprised by this St. Laurent wine from the Austrian producer Steindorfer. A touch of smoke and licorice on the nose with some nice black cherry, cedar, a touch of anise on the tongue.  The tannins are mild and smooth and the acid is fairly tame but existent. Most of my experiences with Austrian reds have not been the best but I'd... Read More

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  • Austria is becoming well-known for Grüner Veltliner. This crisp white not only tastes good - the grape variety is on the label which makes life far easier as we wander down the wine aisle. That we can pronounce ‘Grü-ner Velt-liner’ also helps the Austrian cause!At a recent corporate event I included Loimer’s Grüner Veltliner 2016 to show the pot... Read More

    From the article We're routing for Gruner Veltliner.

  • These days, Austrian Zweigelt is no stranger to wine lists. Sommeliers at the trendiest restaurants and wine bars in major cities arm themselves with Austria’s shining star. While Zweigelt is grown in a few other places (like Japan and British Columbia, for example), the grape truly is synonymous with Austria.Its recent surge in popularity (plan... Read More

    From the article The Next Go-To Red is Austria's Zweigelt

  • The red wines of Austria are an underappreciated jewel of the wine world. ... ... “village”. The St Laurent grapes for this wine were selected from fifteen to twenty year-old vines concentrated in the village of Gols. Pittnauer St. Laurent Dorflagen 2015 A bit restrained with cayenne spice and ripe plum and red currant fruit on the nose. Crisp... Read More

    From the article The Great Red Wines of Austria

  • De la Rosa Lev St. Laurent Burgenland 2015


    Whole wheat toast, bold cherries and strawberry notes and an earthiness here on the nose. On the palate this is cool, tart and fresh with cranberry, cherry and strawberry fruit, zesty acidity and a clean palate of refreshing earthiness, finishing on the dry side with pleasant spice and a long length streaked with texture and bold fruit. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial

  • Steindorfer St. Laurent Reserve Burgenland 2014


    Pronounced campfire aromas with notes of freshly fertilized farmland and dark black currant. Brings a load more fruit on the palate, mostly dried raisin and dark blackberry, notes present but mostly overshadowed by toasted leather and charred oak notes, full spice and sharp acidity cutting through on the finish, leaving a dull smoldering heat. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial

  • Pittnauer St. Laurent Dorflagen 2015


    A bit restrained with cayenne spice and ripe plum and red currant fruit on the nose. Crisp cranberry, red currant and cherry fruit on the palate with loads of acidity and chewy tannins, turning a bit green towards the finish with a pepper and herb note, some black pepper and a bit of licorice. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial

  • Think of LOVE IN ALL FORMS!!!!! FOOD AND WINE...BUBBLY...perhaps?For me...definitely a few bottles from SAUTERNES.....oh I love them.......QUALITY OVER QUANTITY!!! Read More

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