Tag Archives: Gruener Veltliner

Newsbites 10-7-2011

Lots of good things this week in the world of Austrian wine! Jeremy Parzen and Houston Press named Nikolaihof Grüner Veltliner Hefeabzug from Wachau the Wine of the Week! He paired it with one of his wife’s dishes and it sounds like a great meal, indeed! Find out why by clicking through the link. What […]

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Interview with an Importer: Franz Hofstätter of Taste of Austria

Austrian wines have exploded on to the wine scene in the past few years which can often leave unfamiliar consumers confused and overwhelmed by the plethora of Grüner Veltiner and Blaufränkisch wines – many organic, most from small, single vineyard plantings. One of the best resources Austrian wine consumers can turn to are those that […]

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Austrian Newsbites 9/16/2011

It was a great week of Austrian wine in the news. Fall is for Austrian reds. First, Eric Asimov of the NY Times put his spotlight on Blaufränkisch, explaining to readers that despite the umlaut’s presence, we should not be scared of such delicious wines! We did it with Grüner Veltliner – let’s move forward […]

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Anfora NYC Producer Night: Weingut Hirsch

There is no doubt that most to all of the wines imported from Austria are of exceptional quality – with such a small quantity of imports, the things that do make it here have to be good. Still, there are some that undeniably stick out above others due to their ambition, their heritage and their […]

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