Tasting Notes: This is a fun and effervescent wine with notes of lemon, lime, citrus and tart raspberries. The finish is juicy and tangy. Great option to explore a wine that’s a little out of the normal rosé scope.
Tasting Notes: Brilliant pale yellow, with the slightest hints of green in the glass. 100% grüner veltliner provides lots of clean and bright notes of citrus and tree fruit. The finish is very long, elegant and lingering. A great wine to match up with a wide range of foods.
Tasting Notes: This is a field blend of grüner veltliner, riesling, weißburgunder, welschriesling, neuburger, chardonnay, traminer; crisp, super exciting. Notes of green apple, floral nose, this is one of the wines that makes you think and throw everything you know about single-varietal wines out the window. Youthful now, drink this one in the next year or two.
Tasting Notes: Ripe with a fun combination of juicy mango and peach flavors that are driven to a lengthy finish of crisp acidity and minerality. The knife’s-edge balance of fruit and mouthfeel is tasty and punches far above its weight class.
Tasting Notes: Done in the classic method champenoise style, with select grapes sourced within the district. Blended from Chardonnay, pinot blanc, and blaufrankish. Very balanced acidity, with hints of cherry blossoms on the nose. Fine bubbles linger on the palate. Very well crafted. Burgenland wine imported by Winebow
Tasting Notes: Grüner Veltliner is well established as a still wine. But here's a GV with lots of energy and personality — plenty bubbly. Bubbly, with a degree of elegance, with good fruit, and hints of spice. If you're a fan of sparkling wine with shellfish, and other delicately flavored foods, here's your perfect wine to pair with them.
Tasting Notes: Citrus aromas are the first thing to greet you upon raising the glass. This bright and lemony wine has just the right balance of acidity and minerality. Elegant and light finish make for a nice poolside wine.