The picnic basket filled with scrumptious Schmankerl delicacies is ready. The bicycles are geared up for the first tour of the season, and the joy of a warm spring day ...
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We are happy to announce that our first-ever winemaker chat was a great success! Thursday, March 13, 2014 marked our first even winemaker tweet-up. Held at New York’s Terroir Murray Hill, we gathered with visiting winemaker Christoph Artner and a handful wine/social media enthusiasts who tasted through a rather extensive line-up. After an hour of […]
We are truly a lucky bunch! Last month we sat down with Winebow, Premium Wine Estates’ Andreas Wickoff and wineries Fred Loimer and Fritz Wieninger, and Leo Schneemann of the KG-NY Group to learn about biodynamics, their place in the world, and what it means for Austrian and wines as a whole. To give you […]
At close to 2.4 million hectolitres, the total volume of the current Austrian vintage is just under the 5-year average, even though the main variety, Grüner Veltliner, had suffered from coulure damage due to bad weather during the flowering period. Despite the challenging weather conditions, all of the wine regions – through fine-tuned vineyard management and carefully selected […]
Although much of the US can’t focus on the fact it’s almost spring just yet – freezing temperatures continue to hit much of the country – the rosé of Austria are on their way to our shores! Austrian rosé is distinct, though they are produced in all regions of Austria in a variety of styles. In Niederösterreich […]