Dancing Coyote Gruner Veltliner 2010

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The name may be intimidating, but the wine is not. This popular Austrian grape produces a medium-bodied style wine wi...

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Peppery and a little green on the nose though there is a little over-ripeness here with honied and cooked fruit aromas of peach and white cherry th... Read more

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Editorial Reviews for Dancing Coyote Gruner Veltliner

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
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3.50 5
05/13/2013

Peppery and a little green on the nose though there is a little over-ripeness here with honied and cooked fruit aromas of peach and white cherry thats a bit waxy. This enters the mouth with a nice level of richness and good, firm acids. There's plenty of fruit here but it's much fresher than the nose would indicate. There's a light grassy note here and a touch of spice as well that drifts onto a fairly long finish that shows lovely green fruit and a nice firm texture. 87pts


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Winemaker's Notes:

The name may be intimidating, but the wine is not. This popular Austrian grape produces a medium-bodied style wine with subtle citrus and white peach flavors, a touch of white pepper and a crisp, mineral finish. It’s no wonder that Grüner Veltliner is a favorite of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Grüner is extremely versatile with food. Any food you think goes well with Chardonnay, usually goes better with Grüner – roasted chicken, pork loin, seafood (especially lobster, scallops and shrimp) and almost every vegetable. Try it as an aperitif before dinner with a variety of cheeses.

The name may be intimidating, but the wine is not. This popular Austrian grape produces a medium-bodied style wine with subtle citrus and white peach flavors, a touch of white pepper and a crisp, mineral finish. It’s no wonder that Grüner Veltliner is a favorite of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Grüner is extremely versatile with food. Any food you think goes well with Chardonnay, usually goes better with Grüner – roasted chicken, pork loin, seafood (especially lobster, scallops and shrimp) and almost every vegetable. Try it as an aperitif before dinner with a variety of cheeses.

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