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Grapes for this Grüner Veltliner get their
tropical lushness from a site where stones and
terraced slopes soak up heat and sunlight.
What You Need To Know
Austria’s Wagram region is a sweeping
plateau of mineral-rich rock along the Danube River. Its relative
obscurity serves the increasing number of US Grüner Veltliner fans
well: A critical mass of quality-focused Wagram vintners like Leth
are turning out crisp, mineral-laden examples of Austria’s signature
white that can compete with those from more famous zones (like
Wachau), but at easier-to-swallow prices. Founded in the 1960s by
Franz and Barbara Leth, the 50-acre Leth estate includes the
Steinagrund (“stony ground”) vineyard, from which this bottling
comes. Mouthfilling and crisp, it exemplifies Grüner’s zesty,
Vivd lime and passion fruit scents.
Stony citrus and tropical flavors are full and fresh.
Serve well chilled.
Fish, poultry, white meats