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Austrian Wine Summit – 2011 Lower Austria Trip: Vienna

Our sincerest apologies for the delay in covering what was an unbelievably fantastic event, but the truth is time away from the office drinking Austrian wine is less time in the office writing about Austrian wine… so we hope you’ll forgive us on principle. So, let’s get right to it: Saturday, May 28th, over 170 […]

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Featured Wine Region: Leithaberg DAC/Neusiedlersee-Hügelland

The Leithaberg region of Austria is DAC classified region also known as the Neusiedlersee-Hügelland, Burgenland. It offers a plethora of wine styles coming from versatile wine producers ranging from expressive reds to luscious dessert wines featuring the grapes Chardonnay, Weißburgunder & Blaufränkish. This versatility can be accounted for by the Leithabirge also known as the […]

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Spotlight on a Wine Region: Wagram

If you’re into richer, more powerful fruit-driven style of the now-famous Gruener Veltliner grape, you’ll probably love those that come from the Wagram. In recent decades, young, innovative winemakers have taken this region from a generally low-quality wine producing area to one of Austria’s top regions in Lower Austria. The Wagram, known as Donauland until […]

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Wine Region Spotlight: Styria

Styria, otherwise known as Steiermark, is the southern-most wine producing region in Austria. Unlike many other Southern grape-producing areas, the focus here is on whites rather than reds. The climate is largely Mediterranean and the region is known for brilliantly-fresh and elegant wines. A specialized focus on Sauvignon Blanc is complimented with other white varieties […]

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