- The Wine
DetailsA more exotic spicy white than the other typical Austrian whites.
Serving Suggestions:Serve not too chilled, and if you have them use a larger more "burgundian" glasses.
This is a fairly powerful white so in Austria they would use it with red meat and even venison and other game dishes, as well as the more flavourful fish.
Roter Veltliner is the parent of Neuburger, Zierfandler, Rotgipfler and Frühroter Veltliner - so very much an Austrian ancestor grape. The name Veltliner implies that people believe it came from Valtellina - yet another example of varieties criss-crossing the Alps.
It is a fairly powerful and spicy white, at least in the right hands.
The Waldschütz Roter Veltliner is made from vines planted in 1989 in the Goldberg vineyard area, which is one of the best in Wagram.
A small part of the wine is aged in oak so the wine, but most of it is still in steel.
(note: the Grüner Veltliner took a name into that family but it is not related - a cross between a Savagnin/Traminer and a lost variety)
tasting notes:A base that is a bit reminiscent of the other Veltiners but with an added cornucopia of exotic fruit. Underneath, dark spice, think the pepper, nutmeg, molasses of christmas baking.
- Vintage Information
Product code 43WZ12 Bottle Size 0.75 Winemaker Weinhof Waldschütz Serving Suggestion Serve not too chilled, and if you have them use a larger more "burgundian" glasses. Style White, Single Variety, Dry, Still Variety Roter Veltliner Key Features Unoaked, Reserve, Single Vineyard Winemaking Unfined Country Austria Region(s) Wagram AOC / DAC Wagram Vineyard Goldberg Ripeness Normal Closure Screwcap Aged In Steel, Barrel (new) Vintages 2018, NV name: GOLDBERG ROTER VELTLINER vintage: 2018 size: 0.75 product code: [43WZ1218] stock: 30 in London Warehouse
5 at Alpine Wines House
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An unusual and delicious varietal
GOLDBERG ROTER VELTLINER 2018 Waldschutz
I love Gruner Veltliner but had only recently tried Roter V by the glass on a recently trip to Vienna. At first I was confused as I’d expected a red wine, but I was delighted with it so sought this out on my return home. All the interest of Gruner but with a ripe red Apple note running through and just a bit more unctuous body. Definitely one to try for those who love to try rarer varieties.
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- An unusual and delicious varietal