Meinklang - 2019/2020
Gruner Veltliner is an Austrian grape variety that’s made Burgundian Chardonnay’s look positively bland at international competitions, wowed the wine critics and is adored by sommeliers for it’s great food-matching credentials and yet despite all this, not everybody’s heard about it. Well, here’s your chance to see what all the fuss is about. It’s got a lovely, citrus, mineral freshness and a really fun, white pepper pick-me-up finish. Another wine that shows how exciting wines from Austria are.
Top Biodynamic Wines, The Times, ‘A delicate, racy, white pepper and stone fruit-laced biodynamic charmer from a top producer‘ Jane MacQuitty, August 2018 (2017 vintage)
20 Best Vegan Wines, ‘Austrian white-grape variety Gruner Veltliner has some distinctive savoury flavours that pair well with fresh veg dishes. This biodynamic example adds lush-but-crisp green apple and pear.’ David Williams, Observer Food Monthly, April 2018 (2016 vintage)