Austria's white wines stand out against others due to their unique production and the fascinating array of grapes varieties which are available. The Fine Wine Company specialise in ensuring our range of Austrian white wines shows off the best of the country's character and some of the finest flavours and blends you could imagine.
Austria is known for the iconic Grüner Veltliner, often described as the best wine to pair with different foods and Austria actually produces 22 different types of white wine in total, giving us plenty of choice when it comes to providing a great range of stock. Whether you tend towards the sweet or dry there is an Austrian white in our collection to suit your palate. We've selected wines which represent the many quality wine growing regions of Austria and complement the range of Grüner Veltliner with Riesling and other popular and well-loved whites.
Bright staw yellow, distinctive and open on the nose with aromas of white pepper, gooseberry and hints of yellow apple. Medium bodied with a crisp acidity, very balanced with a spicy finish. A typical Gruner Veltliner at Federspiel level, subtle and very racy.
Fresh, bright straw yellow. Inviting bouquet of grapefruit and ripe apricots, hints of exotic fruit. Juicy stone fruit aromas on the palate with an elegant structure. This wine exhibits well-balanced refershing acidity and plenty of finesse
Where to start with this unique wine? A beautiful orange-tinted colour in the glass. Bursting with aromas of fresh apricot, citra hops, peach skin and Braeburn apple which follow through to the palate. Dry and refreshing with bright acidity and amazing flavour concentration. Incredibly drinkable.
A beguiling nose, full of freshness, combining the classic white pepper notes of Grüner Veltliner with floral aromatics of Riesling. There's a delicious 'wildness' about this edition of Pulp Fiction, with fruit flavours of quince and apple skin. Vibrant and refreshing on the palate. Erich says this is 'probably the most drinkable wine in my whole portfolio'.
F.X. Pichler is located in Wachau, a region so remarkably beautiful it has earned a spot on Unesco�s World Heritage list. The Pichler family have been farmers in the region for five generations. Franz Xaver (F.X.) built a winery in 1971, and his son Lucas makes the wines today. Lucas� grandfather began with three hectares of land, which have now grown to 22 hectares because Lucas finds it hard to…
This Gr�ner Veltliner is complex with notes of tropical fruits and orange, layered with a herbal and spicy character on the finish. The clean acidity and salty minerality adds great length to the wine and a lovely savouriness on the finish.
M is a very different style to the other wines from F.X. Pichler. This wine is bright yellow-green in colour. On the nose, there are notes of ripe mango, honey and spice. On the palate, there are spicy characters with a hint of anise. This wine is full-bodied, concentrated and the finish is long and luscious.
The Josef Ehmoser Winery is located in Tiefenthal in the village of Grossweikersdorf west of Vienna. This is a crisp and refreshing dry white wine with beautiful notes of golden apple, lemon zest, apricot and white pepper. It is a versatile wine that will match nicely with many different types of cuisine.
Austria�s wonder grape puts in another star turn. Now resplendent in bright green livery, the Friendly GV delivers its customary and bewildering array of delicious flavours; peach, apple, pepper, you name it, this wine�s got it!
Austria's wonder grape puts in another star turn. Now resplendent in bright green livery, the Friendly GV delivers its customary and bewildering array of delicious flavours; peach, apple, pepper, you name it, this wine's got it!
Singing is the perfect introduction to Gr�ner Veltliner and shows lively, harmonious fruit with a refreshing finish - a wine that "sings" on the palate! From the winery: "A very attractive fruit bouquet yields apple, peach and citrus aromas along with a typical Veltliner spiciness and a touch of white pepper. The soft and juicy palate is supported by fine acidity."
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