Austrian Wine: Unique Flavors and High Quality
Austrian wines are not commonly found in regular supermarkets. These high-quality products are not mass-produced and are created using unique modern technologies, undergoing multi-level quality control. The best wines are produced in the suburbs of Vienna (Nuisberg, Grinzig), Burgenland, Lower Austria and Styria.
The most popular grape varieties used in Austrian wines are GrГјner Veltliner, Welschrisling and MГјller-Turgau. Their drinks are succulent and refined with notes of fruit and flowers.
- GrГјner Veltliner: Known for its peppery and spicy taste, this wine has a light body and high acidity.
- Welschrisling: A white wine that is light and refreshing, with notes of apple and pear.
- MГјller-Turgau: A cross between Riesling and Silvaner, this wine has a floral aroma and is known for its light and fresh taste.
Red wines from Austria have a complex aftertaste with hints of smoke, mushrooms, and vanilla. White wines, on the other hand, are lighter with a pleasant fruitiness, minerality, and unobtrusive hints of spices. The unique flavors of Austrian wines are what make them stand out, and wine enthusiasts appreciate the high quality of these carefully crafted products.