Haidviertel Weinviertal Dac
Haidviertel Weinviertel - A Best Value, Parker's Wine Bargains/ Displaying green bean, lentil, and lime accented by bitter hints of fruit pit, this wine's clarity and its deep stony, saline-savory dimensions illustrate Pfaffl's role as his region's leader.Add winemaker's notes
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Haidviertel Weinviertel - A Best Value, Parker's Wine Bargains/ Displaying green bean, lentil, and lime accented by bitter hints of fruit pit, this wine's clarity and its deep stony, saline-savory dimensions illustrate Pfaffl's role as his region's leader.
Haidviertel Weinviertel 2008 - 90 points & Year's Best Austrian Wines, Wine & Spirits/ From vines around 25 years old planted on heavy loess in Stetten, about 20 miles upstream of Vienna, this is impressively fresh and lively for a four-year old wine. Crisp herbal notes and saline minerality give the sweet lemon and pineapple fruit shape and succulence, a clean, full-bodied veltliner for schnitzel.
Haidviertel Weinviertel 2008/ Fine green fruit gives freshness in this crisp, citrus and apple flavored wine, lightly softened with melon. Pure, clean and lively bright wine.
Haidviertel Weinviertel 2007 - 88 Points, International Wine Cellar/ Medium green-yellow. Sweet yellow apple, grapefruit, anise, cumin and spring meadow herbs comprise an attractive bouquet. A midweight wine with a fine-boned acid structure that lends a juicy elegance.
Haidviertel Weinviertel 2006/ ...diverse herbs dominate the nose in Pfaffl’s 2006 Gruner Veltliner Haidviertel. Here, a subtle suggestion of creaminess not only offsets the bright citricity, but has its own allure. A chalky, citric, herb-tinged finish preserves excellent clarity and delivers stimulating refreshment. This energetic and well-concentrated Gruner Veltliner should be worth enjoying anytime over the next 4-6 years.
Haidviertel Weinviertal 2010 - 91 points, Wine Review Online/ One of the leaders in Weinviertel region, Pfaffl is a family owned estate just outside of Vienna that makes an array of lovely wines. This one, from a single vineyard in the town of Stetten overlooking the Danube, reminds us that Grüner Veltliner, as difficult as it may be to pronounce, is a varietal worth remembering. Fresh and lively, it still has excellent concentration (at only 12% alcohol) and delivers minerality and spice. Clean with a cutting edge, it’s a versatile wine, a good match for spice-filled dishes or something as simple as steamed clams.
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