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    *4W* 2021 Christina Gruner Veltliner (Niederösterreich, AT)

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    *4W* 2021 Christina Gruner Veltliner (Niederösterreich, AT)

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    For a true and traditional expression of Austrian wine, look no further! Gruner Veltliner is the primary white grape of Austria, and this Gruner from Carnuntum is verdantly lovely, with notes of kiwi and honeydew melon.

    About The Varietal

    Gruner Veltliner

    Grüner Veltliner, Austria's signature grape, holds the title of the most extensively cultivated wine grape in the country. As Austria re-establishes its prominence in the global wine market, the crisp and spicy Grüner Veltliner has become its leading and most representative wine.

    About The Producer

    Christina

    Growing up on a family farm managed by both her parents and grandparents, Christina actively participated in various tasks across the farm. Her early involvement ignited a deep passion for wine production. Upon joining her parents in the winery in 2007, Christina dedicated her efforts to discovering the distinctive style of their unique wine-growing region, Carnuntum. Throughout this period, the significance of soil conditions, micro-climates, and natural elements in the vineyards became increasingly important to both her and her husband. Influenced by these factors and the experience of raising their two daughters, they made the decision to transition to organic production in 2013.