Wines from Austria

Austria is a country that is increasingly establishing itself as a strong and high-quality wine producer - with production 30% more in quantity to that of neighbouring Germany. 

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Pfaffenberg Gruner Veltliner 2016
Niederösterreich, Austria
Abrostine
BGN 66.99
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Loibenberg Reserve Riesling 2015
Niederösterreich, Austria
Abrostine
BGN 85.80
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Trockenbeerenauslese Weissburgunder 0.375ml 2015
Niederösterreich, Austria
Weissburgunder
BGN 71.00
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Zieregg Sauvignon Blanc 2016
Steiermark, Austria
Sauvignon Blanc
BGN 108.90
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Riesling Brunnthal 2019
Niederösterreich, Austria
Riesling
BGN 72.90
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Grüner Veltliner Kamptal 2020
Niederösterreich, Austria
Grüner
BGN 21.00
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Blanc de Noirs Grand Reserve 2014
Niederösterreich, Austria
Pinot Noir
BGN 71.90
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Rose Rainer Wess 2021
Niederösterreich, Austria
Zweigelt
BGN 25.90
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Wielitschberg Gewurztraminer 2017
Steiermark, Austria
Gewürztraminer
BGN 66.99
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Sauvignon Blanc Rainer Wess 2021
Niederösterreich, Austria
Sauvignon Blanc
BGN 27.90
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Grassnitzberg Sauvignon Blanc 2017
Steiermark, Austria
Abrostine
BGN 64.90
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Sernau Konig Sauvignon Blanc 2016
Steiermark, Austria
Sauvignon Blanc
BGN 97.90
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Kremstal Gruner Veltliner Rainer Wess 2021
Niederösterreich, Austria
Grüner
BGN 24.90
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Sandrube Gruner Veltliner Rainer Wess 2021
Niederösterreich, Austria
Grüner
BGN 29.90
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Gemischter Satz Rainer Wess 2021
Niederösterreich, Austria
Grüner
BGN 31.90
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Rosé Zweigelt fresh & easy 2021
Niederösterreich, Austria
Zweigelt
BGN 24.60
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Ризлинг Кремстал 2020
Niederösterreich, Austria
Riesling
BGN 37.20

Austrian wines are more full-bodied and generally drier. And like Germany, the larger production is mostly white wines, but the success of some of the reds, due to the warmer climate and better ripeness, is much greater than that of Germany.

The Celts were probably the first to grow grapes in Austria as early as 500 BC, viticulture continued throughout the Roman Empire, but in practice it gained popularity and vineyards became part of the landscape only in the 13th-14th centuries. Under the influence of the monks, most plantations took place around the Krems on the Danube west of Vienna. The most famous regions are Wachau, Kremstal, and Neusiedlersee. Gruner Veltliner, Riesling and Müller-Thurgau are the leading white varieties, while the reds are dominated by the presence of Blaufränkisch, Zweigelt and Pinot Noir, also called Blauburgunder here and in Germany.