Jurtschitsch Sonnhof Grüner Veltliner Trocken 2016, Kamptal

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Austria's flagship white wine, Grüner Veltliner is a wine you'll especially appreciate if you like Sauvignon Blanc. Zesty, grapefruit-like flavours, tremendously refreshing. A well-chilled glass makes a fantastically invigorating glass of white.

Owned by the Jurtschitsch family, Sonnhof has massively benefitted from their expertise and reputation as one of Austria's best wine producers. With this wine, there's a complete use of gravity (not pumps) so the fresh and vibrant grape juices keep as much of their delicate aromas and appley flavours.

You'll love it on a warm summer's afternoon or evening, whilst it works brilliantly with seafood and salads too.

If you like Sauvignon Blanc, we're sure you'll love this Grüner Veltliner. Austria's best white wine variety? Quite possibly. So refreshingly different, crunchy green apples, just a hint of white pepper aromatically. This wine is made from some of the best vineyard sites in the country. Delicious
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Percentage Alcohol

12.5

Region

Kamptal

Grape Variety

Grüner Veltliner

Country

Austria

Style

ArrayCrisp Dry White, Unoaked White

Vintage

2016

Food Match

ArrayChicken, Pork, Salads & Herbs

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The Producer

Over the past generation, the Jurtschitsch winery in Langenlois, Kamptal has grown into one of the most prominent wineries in Austria. Having being run by the three brothers Edwin, Paul and Karl Jurtschitsch, the family-owned winery has now been passed on to the younger generation, to Alwin and Stefanie Jurtschitsch who have travelled around the world gathering winemaking experience to bring back to Kamptal.

Tom Cannavan Reviews

Don't just take our word for it; here's what wine writer Tom Cannavan has to say:

If you haven’t yet tried Grü-V, then here’s a fine example to kick off your new adventure. Austria’s signature grape, this wine made by the Jurtschitsch family, who can trace winemaking on their estate back to 1541. Delightful nose, quite rich with a very ripe stone-fruit and Ogen melon character, but some hints of the herbs and spice of the variety. It burst with flavour on the tongue: a vivacious wine, where a streaking lemon and crunchy apple zestiness sweeps along, a little hint of salts and minerality adding to the freshness of the dry (trocken) finish.

The Region

Kamptal is named after the river Kamp and centred around the wine town Langenlois. It a region renowned for it's quality Grüner Veltliner and Riesling as well as the Loess soils which add a distinctive minerailty to the wines of the region. The Kamptal DAC defines wines made from Grüner Veltliner or Riesling in two styles, a classic-styled medium-bodied wine and a rich, opulent dry Reserve style.
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