A new entry to the white wine scene

Grew-nur Velt-lean-err

Grüner Veltliner has been a bit of a revelation over the last few years, bursting onto our shelves as an unknown local grape from Austria. We love it because it has the refreshing qualities of a Sauvignon Blanc but a slightly less citrus flavour. Instead you taste crisp apples, white peaches and a hint of spice, making it a really versatile and crowd-pleasing wine. And now Grüner is taking the world by storm with new vineyards popping up in New Zealand too.

Things you should know

Top Tip: This is a great fridge standby for all wine emergencies or just because.
Specific Food Match: Traditionally eaten with pork schnitzel this has the potential to span everything from very light fish mousse to more robust pork dishes and some japanese flavours.
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