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See also   The best Welschriesling in the world?  and   Some great Austrian Rieslings  published earlier this week. Does the dirt make the difference? The Austrian...

From €20.92, $44.50, 39.50 Swiss francs, £30 and 267 Danish krone Find this wine Let us not forget just how tremendous the best Wachau winemakers such as Emmerich...

In a world full of uncertainty, it was always comforting during my blind tastings for the Master of Wine exam to think that Grüner Veltliner could be recognised by its distinctive white pepper...

A roller coaster ride might sum up my experience of tasting nearly a hundred Grüner Veltliners at the Austrian annual tasting in London in February - pretty up and down in terms of style and...

From €5.83, £6.50 and 11.62 Swiss francs. Find this wine What we need on Twelfth Night at the start of what looks as though it will be an extremely crunchy year is...

Ten, perhaps five, years ago very few wine lovers outside Austria had even heard of Grüner Veltliner. Today, no self-respecting restaurant wine list, whether in New York or Hong Kong, can...

Ten, perhaps five, years ago very few wine lovers outside Austria had even heard of Grüner Veltliner. Today, no self-respecting restaurant wine list, whether in New York or Hong Kong, can afford...

At the end of this month three modern icons - fast cars, striking architecture and urban food - come together in a former Post Office by the vegetable stalls of Berwick Street market in Soho....

I know I'm a bit monotonous on this subject but I really do think that at long last the tide has turned for the long-underrated Riesling grape. Here are a few of the many promising signs from...

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The role of geology and vineyard site in the taste and texture of wine has been going round in my head for many years and every now and again the topic comes to the fore, particularly now as...

This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. See tasting notes for these 27 Reserve Grüner Veltliners tasted at Le Bernardin (left) in New York City....

See also  Grüner fights NY faddishness .  The Austrians don't do thing by halves. After seven years in the saddle as managing director of the Austrian Wine Marketing Board, Willi...

If asked, I would have guessed that nowhere other than Austria made really convincing Grüner Veltliner. Most of the non-Austrian GVs to have come my way have been made from very young vines and...

The majority of the tasting notes below are from Ebner-Ebenauer, a particularly interesting and ambitious producer in Austria's Weinviertel run by the talented winemaking couple Marion Ebner...

Chardonnay's a funny grape. It is arguably the most popular in the world, and yet most of those who love it would find it difficult to describe exactly what it tastes of. The truth, I suspect,...

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