(2019) An interesting wine this one, from the Austrian speciality grape Roter Veltliner, which is not related to the more famous of the Veltliners, GrÃ¼ner. There's an intensity to the nose, albeit that the aromas are bright and aerial, with flowers and lemons, icing sugar and salts, a touch of peppery spice too. In the mouth there's a big burst of sweetness at first, and that intensity is there. It brims with fruit and a dry, quite pithy lemon acidity, though its fairly oily richness of texture and that sweetness just teeters on the edge of making this feel a touch flabby for me.
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