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Wine

  1. Jager Gruner Veltliner Federspiel 2018

    Jager Gruner Veltliner Federspiel 2018

    $27.00
    Federspiel indicates a lighter-bodied style of wine from Wachau, all about freshness and gentle texture. Floral, light, and tight, with refreshing acidity and aromas of lime, grapefruit, peach, nectarine, and white pepper lingering on the subtly spicy finish. Classic Grüner, with a slightly creamy texture to round out the wine and give it some body. Delicate but concentrated. Learn More
  2. Jager Riesling Ried Steinriegl Federspiel Wachau 2018

    Jager Riesling Ried Steinriegl Federspiel Wachau 2018

    $28.00
    Roman Jäger’s wines are exemplary, structured around a precise fruitiness and vivacity, consistency, and clarity. He wants to enhance the specific authentic terroir notes of his terraces in his wines and the Federspiel achieves this. The Steinriegl Riesling from the Wachau is characterized by tightness and minerality. We find this wine to be compact, steely crisp and exhilarating, bone-dry but so refreshing. Lime zest, herbs, and a dry, salty minerality. Learn More
  3. Catena "La Consulta" Malbec Mendoza 2016

    Catena "La Consulta" Malbec Mendoza 2016

    $24.00
    The Catena Family has been making wine in Argentina since 1902 and is synonymous with high-altitude Malbec. The “La Consulta” is sourced mostly from the San Carlos district and the fruit is extremely well rounded. The mouthfeel is rich and velvety with ripe fruit notes of baked blueberries, plums and other dark berries. Some notes of vanilla from the 35% new French oak push this into the category of “Food not Required”. So smooth. Learn More
  4. Schreiner Ruster Ausbruch Austria 2015

    Schreiner Ruster Ausbruch Austria 2015

    $60.00
    The village of Rust lies on the banks of the shallow Neusiedlersee. It’s a sleepy town known for outstanding sweet wine made in humid growing conditions. The grapes are Weissburgunder and Müller Thurgau for a rich, opulent style, with aromas of botrytis, orange peel, marmalade, smoke, and dried fruits, rounded off by a viscous texture and a long, voluputuous finish. Learn More
  5. Tegernseerhof Riesling Auslese "Ried Steiner Pfaffenberg" Niederosterreich 2015

    Tegernseerhof Riesling Auslese "Ried Steiner Pfaffenberg" Niederosterreich 2015

    $50.00
    Delicious sweet Riesling from one of Wachau’s top and oldest producers. Grapes come from the Steiner Pfaffenberg vineyard just above the river on the Wachau-Kremstal border. The rich, heady nose is full of aromas of stone and tropical fruit, smoke, petrol, sweet spices, and dried flowers, with a slowly developing maturity. Wonderfully balanced, the sweetness lifted by fresh acidity, and rounded off by a long, textured finish. Learn More
  6. Tegernseerhof Gruner Veltliner Smaragd "Ried Loibenberg" Wachau 2016

    Tegernseerhof Gruner Veltliner Smaragd "Ried Loibenberg" Wachau 2016

    $42.00
    From the Loibenberg vineyard in the heart of the Wachau – with its perfect aspect, it’s one of the classic vineyards of the region. The combination of loess and gneiss soils makes it ideal for Grüner Veltliner – enough water retention for the vines and enough rockiness to create concentrated structure in the wines. Spending 9 months on the lees, the result is intense and rich with aromas of white pepper, lemon, lime, salt, and smoke, crisp acidity, and a powerful finish. Learn More
  7. Malat Steinbuhel Riesling Kremstal 2013

    Malat Steinbuhel Riesling Kremstal 2013

    $38.00
    9th-generation winery going back to 1722, specializing in single-vineyard expressions of Kremstal. This comes from the Steinbühel vineyard, its name meaning stony hill – indicating soil and exposition ideal for Riesling, making it even more intense and ageworthy than usual. Aged for 6-8 months in 2,000 liter oak barrels, there are concentrated aromas of smoke, petrol, and lime zest, with fresh acidity and a weighty palate for the perfect balance between freshness and maturity. Learn More
  8. Pittnauer "Pitti" Burgenland 2016

    Pittnauer "Pitti" Burgenland 2016

    $19.00
    A blend of Zweigelt, one of its parents, Blaufränkisch, and a little bit of Merlot. Burgenland producer Gerhard Pittnauer uses biodynamic practices and believes a wine should express the purity of the fruit rather than overt winemaking. That’s what we get here: a very pretty, floral nose with strawberries, red cherries, and plums, with a slight peppered meatiness. The palate has a nice round mouthfeel, with gripping, grainy tannins. Think of this as Beaujolais with a bit more bite. Learn More