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The Höpler family’s Grüner Veltliner is light in alcohol, with fiery minerality – a brilliant introduction to Austria. The sweet Trockenbeerenauslese is made with a selection of shrivelled and nobly rotted grapes from the humid rolling slopes around Eastern Austria’s large Neusiedlersee lake. This is a classic, with extremely high levels of sweetness allied with juicy acidity and a complex blend of exotic fruits and marmaladey botrytis.
Other wines by this producer
Trockenbeerenauslese directly translated means "dry-berry-selection". The resultant wine is rich and concentrated with complex tones that treat the nose and palate to hints of nutmeg, clove, honey, apricot and citrus.
Light amber in colour. The nose is dominated with delicate spicy aromas alongside hints of date and caramel. There are smokey elements on the palate which give way to hints of tobacco and honey.
Light greenish yellow, subtle mineral tones with a soft, stone-fruit aroma. Fully ripened, well structured with refined sweetness of fruit on the palate, a touch of black pepper and a delicate, creamy finish.
Nose of violets and tangy blood orange with a textured and juicy palate. Blackberries, smooth tannins and refreshing acidity. No oak.