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A Springtime Journey to Austrian Wine

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 in an Austrian vineyard can barely be contained! Austria’s wine growing regions from Vienna to Steiermark and from Donauland to Südburgenland offer endlessly delightful adventures […]

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Asparagus & Wine: The Fine Spring Duo

The yearning for Spring is so strong. After a long gray Winter, nature is finally coming back to life. The days are becoming longer and the first Spring messengers are beginning to sprout from the earth and prepare us for the warm season. Even better, it’s time for the vegetable season to make its debut – with […]

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A Vision of Austrian Winemaking with Winebow Wines & Respekt

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 […]

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The 2013 Vintage – Austrian Wine Exactly As We Want It

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 […]

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