Very good. Drinking by the glass, but would by by bottle. Worth it!
Three and a half glasses
This wine goes great with vegetarian dishes!
Good summer refresher.
This light yellow colored wine had a wonderful citrus nose along with some apples and peaches. The lemon and limes were dominant on the palate along with some grassiness. It concluded with some acidic grapefruit on the back end.
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A Gruner Veltliner wine from in Austria. 2010 Markus Huber Hugo Gruner Veltliner 750ml
Farbe: intensives Grüngelb; Bouquet: Sehr reife Frucht (Birne), Honignote; Körper: Konzentriert, saftig und rund, kraftvoll im Abgang
Medium green-yellow. Subtle apple and dried pear on the nose and palate, with complicating notes of fresh tobacco, pepper and fennel. Elegant and light on its feet, with a refreshing curve of acid framing and lifting the complex array of flavors. Rem... Stephen Tanzer's IWC. A Gruner Veltliner wine from Niederosterreich in Austria. 2009 Markus Huber Gruner Veltliner Traisental DAC Obre Steigen 750ml
Wine Tasting NotesVery light yellow. Fresh green apple and fruity aromas. Displaying flavors of lemon, lime and peaches. Has a solid fruit core, rich in finesse with beautiful length and mineral tones. The ideal wine for seafood, white meat and light dishes like salads, also very pleasant as a refreshing summer wine on a hot day.
Grüner Veltliner has many guises and this is a fatter manifestation. The wine is unoaked and dry yet exhibits a broad mid palate full of white flowers and pears.
tell tale aromas and flavors of white peach apple and a long clean white peppery finish.
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<p> From Reichersdorf/Traisental area of Austria, this white wine is made from Grüner Veltliner grapes.</p>
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