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Austria  Thermenregion 

Frühroter Veltliner (Frührot meaning early red).most probably originated in Gumpoldskirchen. It ripens early and is therefore in contrast to the Zierfandler "Spaetrot" (late red).

Winemaker Gebeshuber
Features Unoaked, Vegetarian and Vegan
Style White, Still, Sweet, Single Variety
  • Alpine Wines Grape Varieties: Zierfandler
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This is a fruity, powerful, sweet wine with a bit of spice and hints of almonds. It stands out through its elegant primary aromas, harmonious structure on the palate and a very long, fruit driven finish.

Ben says (February 2018): Time is, so often, a great ally of sweet wines. This eiswein has embraced time and used it to mature into a superb example of sweet wine. Whilst the original notes above ring true, they do not do this wine justice. Turkish Delight combines with candied fruit, crème brûlée, fresh mixed citrus peel, vanilla and Caribbean spices. These aromas transfer perfectly into the mouth and combine to make a stunning wine. The finish is long and delightful with the different flavours coming and going throughout.

Absolutely brilliant.

Wine Details

Style White, Still, Sweet, Single Variety
Winemaker Gebeshuber
Country Austria
Region Thermenregion
Features Unoaked, Vegetarian and Vegan
Closure Natural Cork
Varieties Zierfandler
Ripeness Normal

Tasting Notes

Tasting Notes

Color - strong yellow with golden reflexes.

Exotic fruit notes and a temperamental acidic structure give this ice wine its icy-clear character.


Product Code 4340034
Size Half bottle 37.5 cl
Alcohol 11
Arrived 1 Nov 2012
Last Tasted 21 Feb 2018
mature evolution? Yes
Keep Until 2030+
Also Available at Online Exclusive
Case Size 6
Sweetness dry
Closure Natural Cork
Allergens Contains Sulphites
Composition Fruhroter Veltliner 100%


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