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7 Nov 2013 by Jancis Robinson
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 Klinger, noting that Grüner Veltliner, once the darling of New York sommeliers, seemed to have slipped out of fashion, was determined to do something about it. The result was an extremely well-attended tasting and lunch at the three-star Le Bernardin at which the following tiptop 27 GVs were served, and presented by a panel of, left to right here, Klinger, pioneer Austrian wine importer into the US and author Terry Theise, me, Purple Pager David...

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