Think of a dry riesling with a twist of white pepper spiciness, and you will be in the ball park of this wine from Austria. Made from the native gruner veltliner, it shows lots of green apples, lemons and that white pepper on the nose, whilst the palate is lighter-bodied, dry and zippy, with citrus and apple flavours, and a decent finish with a kick of spice in the tail. This would be great with a pork chop and apple sauce.
Medium green yellow; pure pepper on the nose; hinting at typical Grüner spiciness; aromatic herbs and yellow fruit; dense and complex on the palate; great promise for the future. Goes best with fish e.g. with trout or salmon; also very good with spicy food; especially asian cuisine.