Wolfgang

Wolfgang's Gru-Vee wines showcase remarkable examples of Austria's heralded Gruner Veltliner grape, the centerpiece of Austrian wines that has swiftly become sommeliers' favorite among the world's white varietals. Because nearly all of the annual Gru-Vee yield is consumed in Austria, the grape's charms have long been hidden from the rest of the world. In international tasting competitions, Gru-Vees have regularly outshined the world's finest Chardonnays and white Burgundies. Wolfgang Vineyards' wines are not only great examples of Gruner Veltliner, they're also a great place to start your exploration of all the country's great wines. Be on the lookout for new wines from Wolfgang Vineyards as we continue to introduce the world to Austria's wonderful wine varietals. Austrian History Austria is a country with a rich and exciting wine history dating back to the dawn of civilization. The Celts settled in the Austrian region known as Burgenland around 700 BC, and were one among the first to make wine, for Read more »

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  • Auxerrois

    Auxerrois' tendency towards low acidity makes it suitable to cooler climates, such as England, Ontario's Niagara Peni...

  • Grüner Veltliner

    Grüner Veltliner (spelled Gruener when the umlaut is not present and also known as Weissgipfler, Manhardsrebe Grüner...

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

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  • Dennis & Ellen, welcome to the Snooth Forum.  I'm sure that all ... you could not taste Winston Wolfgang Weinmacher's 2010 Really Ancient Vineyard Dry-Farmed Double Reserve "Unobtainable" Zin that included 0.003% Carignan.   Last week, I tasted one of the 100 bottles that were produced, and it was amazing."Yes, the last paragraph is a joke--mostl Read More

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  • We run The MN Wine Club, we host 25 free events a year.Our calendar can be found at www.TheMNWineClub.comWe are also on FB & Twitter,Come join us!Dennis & Ellen Read More

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  • Yes GT, currently the exchange rate is actually in favour of most currencies as the Government bring in an unpopular budget to reduce the deficit. However I doubt that your local wine shop will reduce the price of Grange. You are more likely to see it in one of those "critter" wines.I think that the premise that Bordeaux en primeur price is alwa... Read More

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  • Trust me, Greg, unless you're the kind of person who believes any and everyone's marketing hype, China will not have good wine for a very long while. Didn't you see my posts in that thread on the subject? The land is literally poisoned with heavy metals, air pollution darkening the sky on a regular basis, and even with overseas consultants they ... Read More

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  • Also, thanks to you for providing the forum replies and the exposure to American wines, which are very difficult to access in Australia. Read More

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  • Sorry, Bordeaux will depreciate. Burgundy,Grange and Henschke will all apreciate. Read More

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  • A big trend in Oz wine now is global warming and planting more Mediterranean varieties, heading for altitude and as far south latitude as possible with traditional varieties. Even Tasmania is getting warm enough to ripen the occasional Cabernet. I just hope the Hunter Valley keeps being able to produce its Semillon and Shiraz despite flood,fire,... Read More

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  • Yeah but WO, aren't the prices of HOG and Grange partly due to the Australian exchange rate?Why do you think the Bordeaux wines will depreciate, especially from those years? Seems like that bubble has only burst because Bordeaux hasn't had a vintage of the century for a couple years but they're about due.What's not factored into many plans is th... Read More

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  • You should charge Wine Australia! They really haven't done a good job IMO. Every so often they come through with a slew of wines and winemakers but they never follow up. Even worse, they came up with that lame-ass idea a few years ago about regional champions or something of that nature. "Hey! Let's identify some grape with a specific area!" som... Read More

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  • I am another Aussie and I think you may have drunk your Leeuwin too young, or perhaps the bottle had been heat affected in transit? Why not try the same winemaker's Prelude Chardonnay? The price will be reasonable, and the fruit more accessible. If you like super premium Chardonnay then Rick Kinzbrunner's Giaconda Estate, Cullen's Kevin John, Mo... Read More

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