Full-bodied, this Grüner sings with peach, grapefruit, sweet apple, honey and banana aromas. Much of the same is found on the palate where it is joined by green notes, minerality and spice. Echoes long. Drink or hold.
An overt, dry Riesling with sweet peach, pineapple, melon, honey and flowers. There is a deep minerality and spice on the palate, all supported by a beam of freshness. Excellent quality.
The LCBO’s only general list Grüner is a fabulous value and a solid introduction to the varietal if you have yet to experience it. White peach, honey, green apple, lime, white pepper, mineral and celery notes. Refreshing, dry and very good length.
Loads of peach character with apricot and citrus, a generous, rich and full mouth-feel, gentle acidity, finishing dry, juicy and long. A versatile match with seafood.
Meinklang is one of the darlings of the natural/hipster/sommelier set and this wine lives up to its darling reputation. Biodynamically grown (Demeter certified) estate Zweigelt was native fermented in neutral oak and small tanks. Highly perfumed black raspberry, downy thorns, underbrush, mushrooms, wild strawberry, potent white peppery channels down a medium-bodied, streamlined palate. There's a slim mud of tannins around the sides that houses all this earthy, forested savouriness to a dusky cherry finish. Zweigelt is a friendly, bright grape and here shows all of its earnest charm.
Light floral scent with grapefruit and white pepper shifts on the palate to stone fruit and tropical fruit supported by characteristic mineral grip. Grapefruit note on the nose reprises with a touch of tartness on the finish.
Opens with elegant floral scents, peachy stone fruit and a pinch of white pepper. Generous white peach and apricot flavours emerge on the palate supported by racy acidity and stony mineral, resolving into a long, satisfying stone fruit finish. Exemplary wine from Wagram’s acknowledged star producer.