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    Domane Wachau Federspiel Terrassen Gruner Veltliner 2009
    Gruner Veltliner - Austria

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    Region: Austria

    Varietal: Gruner Veltliner

    Other Info: Screw Cap Wines

    Style: Light & Crisp

    Alcohol By Volume: 12%

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    • 16%

    Item no. 106477

    Winemaker's Notes:

    An almost clear light straw yellow in color. Yellow apple and pear fruit on the nose with faint nuances of lentils, asparagus, and tobacco. A straight-line Gruner with grapefruit and white pepper spice on a light-to-medium bodied frame with lively acidity.

    There is no wine more versatile at the table! Pronounced peppery flavour and racy structure offer plenty of pleasant refreshment.

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    Christine Jones (12/7/2010)
    Love any Gruner Veltliner, and this one is a great one!
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    Matt Commins (2/11/2011)
    The first thing I noticed was how clear the wine looked as well as the spicy aromas of black and green pepper. My first impression was the soft rich texture. The first sip was fantastic. It was full bodied and crisp with hints of green apple and peach. There was a tight medium finish with grapefruit. The wine would have been better served (pun intended) if it was accompanied by a meal than by itself. Overall, the wine was well balanced in terms of its sweetness, acidity, and level of alcohol. You’ll be glad you gave this bottle a chance.
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    Matt Commins (2/11/2011)
    The first thing I noticed was how clear the wine looked as well as the spicy aromas of black and green pepper. My first impression was the soft rich texture. The first sip was fantastic. It was full bodied and crisp with hints of green apple and peach. There was a tight medium finish with grapefruit. The wine would have been better served (pun intended) if it was accompanied by a meal than by itself. Overall, the wine was well balanced in terms of its sweetness, acidity, and level of alcohol. You’ll be glad you gave this bottle a chance.
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    Melissa Cheesman (5/13/2011)

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