Meinklang, Fusion 2017Regular price $18.00 Save $-18.00
Variety: Topaz Apples and Grüner Veltliner
Meinklang has taken the wine world by storm in the last few years due to the family's passion for making diverse products from the estate. Farming is at the core, with full bio-dynamic practices in place. The family has a full herd of Angus and Aubrac cattle, plus sheep. The farm believes in a full circle of life within the vineyards and farmland. The family has even achieved Demeter certification, one of the most difficult biodynamic certifications. The estate is located in the middle of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of National Park Neusiedlersee in Austria, just on the border of Hungary. The insane number of different wine labels produced shows the passion for creating wine with character and personality, with over 20 labels in production.
Weingut Barbara Ohlzelt, Gruner Leader 2019Regular price $20.00 Save $-20.00
Variety: Gruner Veltliner (1 LITER)
Barbara Öhlzelt founded her project in 2004, and in a short timeframe, she has gained much-deserved attention and love from the wine community. She’s a one-woman show with a lot of hustle and dedication to farming 15 acres of grapes. She is a quiet, soft-spoken woman, and the wines match her personality. They are laser focused on texture and complexity but not in a way that brashly hits you in the head. The wines are delightful and, and this subtle juice is the brilliance behind the winery. There is restraint which can be the hardest thing to achieve. Her vineyard parcels are from an area in Kamptal called Heiligenstein, and these parcels say a lot about the winery as a whole as the sites are mostly old vine on incredible terrior. Her wines at all price points stand out as best-in-class and hit outside of their category. This alone should make anyone who enjoys Gruner or Riesling seek out her wines.
Zum Martin Sepp, Gruner Veltliner 2019Regular price $15.00 Save $-15.00
Variety: Gruner Veltliner
Zum Martin Sepp is a warm and welcoming wine tavern in the Grinzing suburb of
Vienna. Known as Heurigenwirt in German, it is an establishment, following Austrian
tradition, to serve wine from the latest harvest. Certainly they serve other bottles, but enter the Martinshof liters- fresh, fun, light, and intended to be food, and company, friendly. Organic and Biodynamic practices make the wines even friendlier (hello, environment!).
Zum Martin Sepp Gruner 2019 – straightforward, uncomplicated, and enjoyable. Take
the winemaker’s suggestion and do a “sprinkling with soda” to beat the heat!