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Hugl Grüner Veltliner 2013

Although labeled as Hugl Weine, it seems clear that this wine comes from the Weingut Hugl-Wimmer.  According to importer Kysela Pere et Fils, Ltd., the vintner is “a young family-run winery located in the north-east of Austria, in Ketzelsdorf-Poysdorf.  169 more words


Immediate Drinkability

Having reported before on Fuchs-Steinklammer’s ‘Orange’ Gemischter Satz, I thought I’d crack open a bottle of this friendly Viennese producer’s white. Remember, Gemischter Satz has to be made from at least three types of grapes grown in the same vineyard in Vienna. 71 more words

The Son Shines on Spiegel

The Austrian wine industry is a family thing. Vineyards remain in the same clan for centuries and the secrets of the region, terroir and individual vineyards are passed from father and mother to daughter and son. 194 more words

Warm as Ice

Leave grapes long enough and they will freeze on the vine. That is what happened with the grapes that went into making this bottle of Grüner Veltliner from  205 more words

New Zealand meets Austria

Name a wine grape grown in New Zealand. Without looking at the picture above, I guess most of you would have said ‘Sauvignon Blanc’. Not surprising, as it’s by far the most widely planted grape there and accounts for a large proportion of the exports. 322 more words


Skeleton Gruner Veltliner 2013

Skeleton Gruner Veltliner comes from Bergenland Austria. Gruner Veltliner is reputed to be one of Austria’s prime varietals. This wine entices you in with golden apples, and green grass with a mineral undercurrent. 142 more words

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Wind Chimes

Hello Friends,

Today I will be writing about Windspiel.

The reason why Windspiel is a good design is because it starts off with a unique color choice.   202 more words