Expect the effortless focus and enticing subtlety that Domäne Wachau never fails to deliver. Notes of lemon, lime zest, crunchy pear, and apple peel mingle with freshly cut grass and a sprinkle of fennel seed. Gentle, smoky... Read More
A light dessert wine that can be enjoyed with many different types of food, from sweet to savory. It expresses notes of burnt sugar, guava jam, and mango chutney, with mouthwatering acidity for support. —A.Z.
Here comes a textbook dry Gruner with a white pepper note that seems to have become rare nowadays for Gruner. Some freshly cut lemons, yuzu, peeled green apples, pears, and mineral, too. Tangy and quite generous on the palate... Read More
Still quite leesy from long sur-lie maturation, but with a bit of air, bright lemon zest, and sliced pear fruit, plus a whiff of vanilla open up. Excellent balance of substance and apple freshness, the textural complexity binding... Read More
Tons of black cherry and damson-plum fruit, but also savory and smoky notes. Full-bodied and fleshy, but with healthy tannins that easily carry all this. Long, warm, and moderately dry finish. Matured for two years in used wooden... Read More
The wine shows a very clear, elegant, and rather cool nose with notes of limestone. Intense and powerful on the palate, it’s elegant and slightly salty, with well-structured length, but it’s already a bit loud in its... Read More
The nose delivers a coolish-mineral, flinty tone next to the perfectly ripe, elegant, and finely concentrated white fruit that is discreet and refined like green tea. On the palate, this is a rich, piquant, very elegant, highly... Read More