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Heidi Schrock Grauburgunder 2017 750ml

Rated 91 - Notes of tobacco and thyme frame the core of apple and citrus flavors in this rather nuanced Pinot Gris. Features vibrant acidity that...
91WS
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Heinrich Blaufrankisch 2016 750ml

Rated 90 - A cloud of reduction still obscures the primary fruit on the nose of this wine. The palate brims with easy cherry fruit that is far...
90WE
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Paul Achs Blaufrankisch Heideboden 2018 750ml

Ruby-garnet in color with violet highlights and a broad rim. Displays aromas of fine tobacco, red berries, and spice with abundant minerals and...
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Paul Achs St. Laurent 2017 750ml

Rated 90 - This shows intense blackberry and dark cherry flavors, with touches of loam and lavender. Silky in texture, yet substantial, with...
90WS
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Sattler Zweigelt 2015 750ml

Rated 88 - A smoky aroma on the nose leads to flavors of leather and spice that frame the core of prune, earth and toasted oregano. A silky texture...
88WS
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Austria Burgenland

Archaeological evidence suggests that grapevines have been grown and cultivated in what is today modern Austria for over four thousand years, making it one of the oldest wine producing countries in the world. Over the centuries, relatively little has changed in Austrian wine, with the dominant grape varietals continuing to be GrĂ¼ner Veltliner, Zweigelt, Pinot Noir and others. Austria is renowned for producing excellent and characterful dry white wines, although in the eastern part of the country, many wineries specialist in sweeter white wines made in a similar style to those of neighboring Hungary. Today, Austria has over fifty thousand hectares under vine, split over four key wine regions. The domestic wine industry remains strong, with Austrians drinking their local produce outside in the summer, and people around the world are beginning to once more rediscover this fascinating and ancient wine culture.

Austria is a fascinating and ancient wine producing country, which once was heralded by the royal families and aristocracy of Europe as one of the finest and most important centers of viticulture in the world. Indeed, the wines of this central European country are home to many of the most surprising and seductive wines available today, and the eastern region of Burgenland is perhaps one of the finest regions Austria has. Whilst most of Austria is renowned for its off-dry and flavorful white wines, Burgenland is home to the country's red wine producers, with vineyards there being full of Pinot Noir, Zwiegelt and Blaufrankisch grapes, resulting in a wide palate of delicious and juicy reds. This is perhaps due to the relatively large amounts of sunshine and heat the region enjoys each year, and the proximity to one of the country's largest lakes, which helps red grapes reach their full potential.