$168.00 (per case $168.20)
Alzinger's Gruner Veltliner Steinertal is an extremely complex vineyard that offers optimal terrain for both Veltliner and Riesling. The foundation of the Veltliner lies in the lower and more profound terraces, where, despite a slightly creamier texture, vital acidity and profound minerality set the tone.
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From the parcels below the Riesling, grown on weathered bedrock (iron-rich gneiss) and benefiting from descending air currents of the creek, the 2018 Grüner Veltliner Smaragd Ried Steinertal offers a coolish, fascinating, precise and flinty bouquet of white fruits. Lush and intense on the palate, this is a very intense and mineral but also sensual Veltliner that pleases hedonists as well as intellectuals. The wine has vivacious acidity, remarkable finesse and a long and sustainable finish with a lot of salt and tension. One of the finest Veltliners that has been produced in Lower Austria in 2018.
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