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  • n. Alternative form of Veltliner.


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  • Greece grenache grenache blanc grenache gris gruner veltliner

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  • The Austrian gruner veltliner, Sancerre, Muscadet and sherry that sustained me though blazing July and August seem a bit less enticing when I start to consider the wool blazers shown in store windows.

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  • It's made from the zöld veltelini grape - for the German speakers among you, grüner veltliner, the most common variety in Austria.

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  • This is partly due to one particular grape: gruner veltliner. : Breaking News

  • Gruner veltliner - GV if the pronunciation doesn't come easily - is viewed as a trendy wine, so it sometimes called GruVe (groovy - get it?). : Breaking News

  • A famous blindfold tasting arranged by wine guru Jancis Robinson in London in 2002 saw gruner veltliner take the top two places with an Austrian riesling in third place, scoring higher than some of the great white wines from France, Australia and the USA. : Breaking News

  • And forward looking winemakers are showing that gruner veltliner can move beyond cheerful freshness to make more complex and sophisticated wines. : Breaking News

  • The most gorgeous day of the year so far: warm and breezy, an evening for enjoying a hoppy brew or crisp grüner veltliner on a tree-shaded patio.

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  • On top of the main sauvignon blanc planting the estate includes pinot noir with its first vintage this season, pinot gris, the Austrian white gruner veltliner and a trial block in tempranillo. - Stuff

  • Reach instead for white wines that are dry, un-oaked and medium-bodied - sauvignon blanc, pinot grigio, Spanish albarino, Austrian gruner veltliner or dry, bracing Australian riesling.


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