Grüner Veltliner is the most important autochthonous grape variety in Austria. As an origin-typical DAC wine, this variety holds special rank in several wine-growing regions, like in KREMSTAL.
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This variety was brought from the Rhine to the Danube in Austria and is now – next to the Grüner Veltliner - the most important white wine variety in the Wachau and Kremstal.
As the most widespread red wine variety in Austria, the wine spectrum of the Blauer Zweigelt ranges from young-drinking, non-wood-matured versions to strong, firm wines matured in the barrique.
Gelber Muskateller (yellow muscatel)
It is one of the oldest grape varieties and yields different types. In Austria, predominantly yellow muscatel is cultivated.
The variety is grown throughout the world and yields some of the most expensive wines anywhere.
Weißburgunder (Pinot Blanc)
Only in good vineyard sites does this variety yield the highest quality. Young wines have a blossomy expression and piquant acidity, while mature versions tend to develop bread and nut flavours.
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The former Neuburger memorial (now NÖ wine memorial) is a reminder of the origin of this variety.
Müller Thurgau (Rivaner)
This variety grows in all Austrian wine-growing regions.
This old autochthonous grape variety is widely grown in the Thermenregion, Weinviertel and in the Wagram. It is mostly sold as young "primeur" wine.
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St. Laurent was named after St. Lawrence Day - August 10th – the day when the grapes begin to change colour.
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