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Domane Wachau Gruner Veltliner Federspiel Terrassen 2014 (Wachau, Austria)
Domane Wachau Gruner Veltliner Federspiel Terrassen 2014 (Wachau, Austria)
Retail Price: $20.00
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89 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"A fruity style, with Gala apple and Meyer lemon flavors that are fresh and forward. Hints of ruby grapefruit linger on the crisp finish. Drink now. 17,000 cases made." - KM (May 31, 2016)

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Hiedler "Thal" Gruner Veltliner 2017 (Kamptal, Austria) - [WE 92]
Hiedler "Thal" Gruner Veltliner 2017 (Kamptal, Austria) - [WE 92]
Retail Price: $29.00
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92 Points - Wine Enthusiast Magazine:
"This wine's shy nose offers mere hints of salty yeast. On the palate, the saltiness becomes more pronounced and is joined by white pepper and fresh lemon brightness. Ripe pear notes round it all out and let the pepperiness tingle on the finish." - AK (Sep 2018)
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Erich & Maria Berger Riesling Steingraben DAC Reserve 2016 (Kremstal, Austria)
Erich & Maria Berger Riesling Steingraben DAC Reserve 2016 (Kremstal, Austria)
Retail Price: $35.00
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Notes from the Importer:
A classified site, loess over calcareous deposits from the Alps, the vineyard is steep and warm. Often Erich’s Rieslings from here have (in my view) succumbed to rather more botrytis and alcohol than was good for them, but this ’16 may be the best Riesling in the modern history of this estate.

It soars into another whole orbit, and can easily play among the top Rieslings of the Krems and Kamptal. Lavish green aromas (balsam, lime zest, wintergreen); solid structure – the fit and finish are tight; juicy flavor but firm texture, with nuances of anise hyssop. What an achievement! And all for the price of a Federspiel from the Wachau. –Terry Theise
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