AUSTRIA

Austrian wine represents less than 1% of the total world wine production. Given that 75% of this is consumed on the domestic market, only a tiny amount will ever be available to export markets (0.25% of the total worldwide wine production). Up until the late 1980s, Austrian wine was considered to be sweet quaffing wine for tourists. After the wine scandal of 1985, the industry had extremely strict regulations imposed. Today, their wines are incredibly pure and of the highest quality. Gruner Veltliner continues to be the wine du jour on any reputable restaurant list.

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Bottle 75cl £26.80

Case of 12 £321.58

Image of wine Riesling Strasse Heiligenstein Reserve Erste Lage
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Thanks to the diversity of this site’s soil, with its ruddy weathered desert sandstone combining with volcanic compounds, the Heiligenstein produces a classically pure expression of Riesling. The flora and fauna that thrives in between the vines is usually found in far more southern Mediterranean areas.

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Bottle 75cl £28.00

Case of 12 £335.86

Image of wine Grüner Veltliner Lamm Reserve Erste Lage
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Bottle 75cl £28.10

Case of 12 £337.18

Image of wine Grüner Veltliner Lamm Reserve Erste Lage
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The geological elements of the soil in this site, makes Lamm unique and guarantees expressive, elegant Grüner Veltliner. The almost velvety nose of subtle sweet spice and profound yellow fruit aromas combines with a smokiness reminiscent of bees wax. The palate offers texture, transparent and balanced honey melon flavours and just a touch of residual sugar. The finish is long,...

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