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Review: 2010 Biokult Osterreich Gruner Veltliner

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Gruner remains a bit exotic, sure, but this wine is intriguing for its grapes: They’re 100 percent organically grown in Austria, a rarity in Europe presently. The results are less exciting than the grape heritage: Grassy, mild, and a little sour despite the initial flavors of fresh apple and lots of tongue-buzzing lemon. Organic is great, but the wine lacks a punch.

B / $14 / naturalmerchants.com

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  1. Neil Barham July 31, 2014

    Really? Organically and biodynamic are the way of life for quality producers in both Austria and in France and Switzerland and Germany

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