Austria

The climate and geology varies across Austria, which is doing more and more to highlight the regional differences of its winemaking. Overall the climate is cool and site-aspect is important. Large temperature differences between warm days and cool nights contributes towards the aromatic intensity of the grapes. A sunny and warm autumn and extended growing season means the grapes may achieve sufficient ripeness and sugar levels, coupled with balanced acidity and natural tannins, obtaining ideal physiological maturity. Indigenous grape varieties have been successfully used to express regional characteristics. Above all, Grüner Veltliner, but also the red varieties of Blaufränkisch and Zweigelt, and also St. Laurent.

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