Varietal: Gruner Veltliner
Taste: Fresh and zesty! Green apple, barely-ripe pears over limeade and a hint of pepper. Crunchy and refreshing, this is your Sauvignon Blanc/Vinho Verde alternative in all its glory.
Pairing: This Grüner Veltliner will go well with Asian food, seafood or with bitter greens and salads. It is also a favorite with pork tenderloin, also note that the exceptional acidity cuts through salt and fat, as a result it will pair well with smoked ham, kassler chops etc. On that note… we love enjoying liters of Grüner with dumplings, and are sharing a recipe for Pan-Seared Gyoza today. The recipe itself is from Ivan Orkin and Chris Ying, adapted by Kiera Wright-Ruiz of NY Times Cooking. This recipe was featured in “The 13 Best Cookbooks of Fall 2019.”
Weingut Hermann Moser is run by Martin and his wife Carmen Moser, the 26th generation of the family producing wine from the family vineyards. The estate is nearly 400 years old and is located in the village of Rohrendorf in the Kremstal wine-growing region in Lower Austria. The vineyards cover 19 hectares and are the best vineyards from Rohrendorf. 85% of the surface is planted with white varieties such as Grüner Veltliner, Riesling, Welschriesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Gelber Muskateller and Pinot Blanc, the remainder with Zweigelt.
Martin is a member of the Traditionsweingüter Österreich association (Traditional Austrian Wineries Association). The association was founded in 1992 and is composed of 23 growers who have together created a single level classification of 52 of their best single vineyards in the four Danube regions; namely, Kremstal, Kamptal, Traisental and Wagram.
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