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(2022) From terraced vineyards, and an Austrian winemaker who has spent time in New Zealand. Quite punchy and pungent, grassy notes and a touch of tropical fruit that is very Marlborough-like. Very tangy, those light pineapple tropical notes soon swept up in racing acidity and a punchy herbal tang. Whole-bunches in the ferment has also added some interest. Long, a bit of texture and well done.
(2021) This review is for the 2020 vintage, but note that some retailers are currently on the 2019. There's also a wide range of prices on offer, from £10 to £14, for this wine. It's a modern, sparky take on Grüner, a hint of spritz adding to that impression of liveliness and punch. The fruit has clear and ripe pear, yes, a little hint of pepper, and plenty of cirtussy freshness. The palate has that spritz, but also plenty of sweet, ripe, apple and pear and a zesty finish. A fine, modern Austrian wine. Watch the video for more information and food-matching ideas.
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