Stift Gottweig Gruner Veltliner Messwein 2022 (6 Bottle Case)

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About This Wine

The Goettweig Messwein, or altar wine, has been an institution from this Benedictine monastery for centuries. Gruner Veltliner and Rose; (from Pinot Noir) are vinified as light, dry wines.With its lowish alcohol, Messwein is a very light wine. Dry, fruity and light with classic, though subtle, Gruner spice. Fresh and elegant on the palate, it is expressive, with good length.

Type White Wine
Varietal(s) Gruner Veltliner
Country Austria
Region Kremstal
Brand Stift Gottweig
Vintage 2022

About Austrian Wine

Austria is a country with over 4000 years of wine making history, however, it unfortunately doesn't seem to enjoy the status and popularity that the high quality of it's wines deserve. Decades later, the country is still feeling the effects of a scandal in 1985 that destroyed its credibility at the time. 

Grüner Veltliner is the most important wine made in Austria, distinguished by its lightly fruity, noticeable spice and characteristic white pepper notes. This variety comprises roughly a third of all plantings. In terms of volume, Riesling plays a much smaller role than in Germany, but is responsible for some of the most appreciated dry white wines made in the country.

In red varietals, Austrian native varieties are dominant and include the tart and peppery Zweigelt, spicy and dense Blaufränkisch and juicy Saint Laurent.

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