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Big John Cuvée Reserve
75cl

Big John Cuvée Reserve 2012

Erich Scheiblhofer
CHF 21.60
Dürnsteiner Kellerberg Riesling Smaragd
75cl

Dürnsteiner Kellerberg Riesling Smaragd 2012

Weingut F.X Pichler
CHF 84.30
Dürnsteiner Liebenberg Grüner Veltliner Smaragd
75cl

Dürnsteiner Liebenberg Grüner Veltliner Smaragd 2011

Weingut F.X Pichler
CHF 54.05
Elisabeth Tradition
75cl

Elisabeth Tradition 1988

Nikolaihof
CHF 117.85
Fruchtbrände Mixed Case (1x50cl Marille, 1x50cl Waldhimbeere, 1x50cl Quitte)
150cl

Fruchtbrände Mixed Case (1x50cl Marille, 1x50cl Waldhimbeere, 1x50cl Quitte) NV

Brennerei Waltraud Jöbstl
CHF 259.45
Gruner Veltliner Schlossberg Jungfernlese
75cl

Gruner Veltliner Schlossberg Jungfernlese 2004

Nikolaihof
CHF 91.90
Loibner Loibenberg Grüner Veltliner Smaragd
75cl

Loibner Loibenberg Grüner Veltliner Smaragd 2010

Weingut F.X Pichler
CHF 54.05
Neuburger
75cl

Neuburger 2005

Nikolaihof
CHF 63.80
Riesling Im Weingebirge Smaragd
75cl

Riesling Im Weingebirge Smaragd 2006

Nikolaihof
CHF 85.40
Riesling Klausberg
75cl

Riesling Klausberg 2006

Nikolaihof
CHF 96.20
JS

97
Riesling Klause
75cl

Riesling Klause 2014

Nikolaihof
CHF 59.45
RP

96
Riesling Steiner Hund
150cl

Riesling Ried Steiner Hund 2016

Nikolaihof
CHF 91.90

Situated directly in the heart of Europe, Austria is quickly emerging as an exemplary modern European wine producer, in terms of both quality and innovation. This landlocked country in Central Europe lies parallel to central France and south of Germany, boasting close to 48,000 hectares of vineyards. Mostly found along the eastern edge of the nation, there are 4 wine-making areas are called Weinland Austria (including Lower Austria and Burgenland), Steirerland (Styria), Vienna and Berland Austria (including Upper Austria, Salzburg, Carinthia, Tyrol and Vorarlberg). Each of these regions is then further divided, making up for a total of 19 controlled wine-growing zones. Understandably, Austria has a much warmer, continental climate when compared to its northern, cooler neighbor Germany. For many years, Austria was associated with sweet-styled Grüner Veltliner and Müller-Thurgau wines, but now producers are moving towards crispier, drier styles. While the main grape varieties still include Grüner Veltliner, in addition to Riesling, and two red varieties, Zweigelt and Blaufränkisch, the country is home to 35 approved varietals. Today, the country is balancing tradition with modernity, producing many of their historic wines with a contemporary twist.

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