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Austrian Wine Fact of the Day: Kremstal

Today’s Austrian wine fact is Kremstal, particularly noted for Gruner Veltliner and Riesling and full bodied reds. The Kremstal’s terroir is “soft loess” (half stone, half soil) of clay and limestone as the region spans a significant portion of the Danube. The region is located in between Kamptal and the Wachau. Noted producers are: Salomon-Undhof […]

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Austrian Wine Fact of the Day – Blaufränkisch

In honor of Austrian Wine Month in NYC (Oct. 25th-Nov. 22nd,) I’m starting a series called “Austrian Wine Fact of the Day.” This series will include one varietal, region or wine making style per post in reference to Austrian wine. Let’s start out with something simple: The Varietal Blaufränkisch. Blaufränkisch is characterized as having notes […]

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