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Grüner Veltliner Alert

20 centuries ago, in one of the newly conquered lands bounded by the Danube
River, the legendary Roman military commander Tiberius capably recognized the untapped agricultural potential of its valleys and plains. 677 more words

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Planning a Wine Vacation? The Pros Say: Head to Austria

The Travvy Awards are described as the Academy Awards of the American travel industry, and at the 2016 Travvy Awards, Austria was selected as the best wine tourism destination in Europe. 232 more words

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A Viennese Adventure

Adventures, they mean something different for everyone. Maybe an adventure is hiking in the Amazon Rainforest, or hang gliding over the Grand Canyon. Maybe an adventure takes place in your own backyard. 576 more words


Grüner Veltliner, Singing, Laurenz Five und Sophie, Austria, 2013, 12% abv, C$19++

Grüner Veltliner (aka Gru-vee) is indeed a groovy, Austrian grape that makes great wine.  Generally, Gru-vee is food friendly with a solid floral and fruit profile, elegant minerality and a peppery hit. 127 more words


'I am enjoying every day in China!' says Lenz M. Moser

‘I am enjoying every day! ‘ Wrote Lenz M. Moser yesterday. I could feel his excitement from 7500 kilometers.

As you might all know, Moser family is the pioneers of producing and promoting Grüner Veltliner in Austria. 989 more words


Straw-Gold Grüner

Austria’s Wagram wine region tends to be a little overlooked when it comes to British importers and merchants. So good on Red Squirrel Wine (based in London but with a good mail-order service) for stocking  234 more words

So What Kind of Wine Drinker Are You?

There’s a cartoon doing the rounds right now which purports to identify various types of wine drinkers. The inexperienced wine drinker says, “Let’s just get drunk.” The beginning wine drinker says, “I like red wine.” The snobbish wine drinker says, “I only drink Pinot Noir.” The adventuresome wine drinker says, “I like to try wines I haven’t tasted before.” And the experienced wine drinker says, “Let’s just get drunk.” 529 more words