Zum Martin Sepp Gruner Veltliner

$22.00

2 in stock

Vintage: 2020
Region: Niederösterreich, Austria
Viticulture: Sustainable
Grape varieties: 100% Gruner Veltliner

Zum Martin Sepp Gruner Veltliner has classic spicy Veltliner aromatics which reflect brightly on the palate with focus and precision.

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2 in stock

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About Zum Martin Sepp Gruner Veltliner

Zum Martin Sepp Gruner Veltliner is bright yellow-green in color with fresh apple and citrus fruits aromas. The classic spicy Veltliner aromatics reflect brightly on the palate with focus and precision. Beautifully elegant and pure with crisp acidity and racy minerality.

About Weingut Martinshof

“Innovation, stubbornness, and a bit of madness.” This, according to Michael Martin, the young winemaking dynamo of Weingut Martinshof, is the secret to his success. The trend to buck conservative thought was started even by his great grandfather, who insisted on growing Burgundian grapes in the 13ha of vineyards many years before they were popular in Austria. The Martin family has owned and operated the Heuriger “Zum Martin Sepp” for generations and it still remains one of the most popular wine taverns of Vienna’s Grinzing district. As Michael took over the winemaking in the late ’80s, it was his desire to bring the Martinshof name back from quantity to quality. “Food friendly” is the first thought that comes to mind when sipping any of the Martinshof wines; whether light and elegant or rich and structured, all of Michael’s wines scream for food.

About Gruner Veltliner

Grüner Veltliner is the most commonly planted vine variety in Austria. The wine is typically dry, full-bodied, peppery, or spicy, and with time in bottle can start to taste positively Burgundian. Gruner can produce wines that combine perfume and substance.

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