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Tasting Games: Neuburger

Neuburger, a lesser-known white grape of Austria, is one known for being full and robust, but with mild flavors and a neutral palate. That being said, Neuburger still has a lot to offer, offering spice and floral notes when young and a nuttier taste with some age to the wine. It is known to make […]

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Mother’s Day Pairing with Austrian Wine!

Mother’s Day is coming up fast, but don’t worry! We have a special pairing to help make the day special thanks to Chef Wolfgang Ban, owner of Seasonal Restaurant. As you already know, Grüner Veltliner and asparagus are a match made in heaven and while we’re at the tail end of asparagus season, there’s still […]

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12 Days of Austrian Wine Day #9: Neuburger

On the ninth day of Austrian wine, we received a few bottles of Neuburger  – a white grape  from Austria which originated as a crossing between Sylvaner and Roter Veltliner. This variety has only been present in Austrian since the mid 19th-century, but it has come to be known as an Austrian specialty. Legend has […]

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Greet the Grape: Neuburger by James Wright

Special thanks to James Wright, North East Regional Manager of Winemonger Imports and Austrian wine connoisseur for contributing this article. Check out the original posting on his blog Wine ~ Wein ~ Vino ~ Vin. …there are many unique autochthonous grape varieties growing in Austria, some several of which produce memorably flavorful wines. And among […]

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