Austrian white wine blog
Here you will find all the information about the Veltliner wine as a whole. The two different types and also know about their flavours.
Where does Veltliner grow? I will be focusing on the lower Austria region, but not limited to that.
The rest of Austrian wine, where to find them, be it in Restaurants, Heurigens, at a place near you or just at the local shop.
E. African Trip Nairobi – Kenya I had a late flight from Vienna, and my stopover in Dubai lasted almost 3 hours. I couldn’t wait to land in Nairobi. But most importantly the thought running through my mind was that of my checked – in luggage being intact and off...read more
This was one memorable event. We were there on time and started off with honey, followed by cheese, beer and ending up off course with Wine. For pictures click HEREread more
The vineyards Kamp , Kremstal and Traisental are joining hands: More than 150 wineries open on 26th and 27th April its vineyards and cellars and invite you to a wine spring, as you have never seen before. Of course, the tasting of Grüner Veltliner and Riesling from...read more
What does DAC mean? Well, I actually got to read this term on a bottle, and never really asked about it, untill at one wine tasting event, someone mentioned it. I didn’t quite understood them, so I went into reading about it and here I used some websites which...read more
Classification of Austrian wines – Wachau The Wachau region in the Danube valley was the first to develop their system of wine classification. This was called the Vinea Wachau formed in 1984 from a group of top producers in the region. The classification was...read more
Today’s blog will be on wine etiquette. This will be a series of serving wine in different occasions. I will start with serving wine at home. There are various questions I had in mind and I am pretty sure you do have some, which I would recommend you to ask to go...read more
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