Collection: Austria

Weygandt imports from Austria.
40 products
  • Soellner Roter Veltliner 'Berg Eisenhut' 2017
    $24.00

    White wine. Wagram, Austria. Biodynamic. 100% Roter Veltliner. From red gravel soils, this wine is a selection of the best and ripest grapes. Pre-fermentative skin contact and raised in a 600-liter stoneware tank. Scents and flavors of fresh strawberry, apple and rhubarb are shadowed by musky narcissus perfume and mingled with mouthwatering salinity. Glossy and expansive, yet refreshing and not at all heavy.

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  • Markowitsch Pinot Noir 2016
    $22.00

    Red wine. Carnuntum, Austria. 100% Pinot Noir. Sustainable. Light, bright orange. Musky red berries, orange pith and dried flowers on the nose. Fleshy and dry, offering redcurrant and bitter cherry flavors that tighten up with air. Shows a zesty, peppery quality on the finish, which clings with good intensity and persistence.

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  • Uwe Schiefer Blaufrankisch Purbach Leithaberg Hoad 2015
    $40.00

    Red wine. Sudburgenland, Austria. Organic. 100% Blaufränkisch. Produced from the Hoad vineyard in the Leithaberg DAC this is a beautiful rich wine. The Leitha mountains sit to the west of lake Neusiedl and the grapes benefit from the warm winds that come off the lake for ripeness and the cool temperatures at night to promote acidity. The result is a harmonious blaufrankish with cherry, plum, and boysenberry fruit, warm baking spices and a hint of kirsch. This would match nicely with a seared duck breast or venison tenderloin.

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  • Pichler Krutzler Grüner Veltliner Ried Kellerberg 2015
    $53.00
    White wine. Wachau, Austria. Sustainable. 100% Grüner Veltliner. "Scents and juicy palate presence of ripe apple, pear, grapefruit and quince could come from a Riesling. But this wine’s formidable body, glycerol-rich feel, and darkly brooding variations on site-typical mineral and spice – ash, crushed stone, Burley tobacco, peat, chard, black pepper – are decidedly Grüner Veltliner. The multifaceted, seriously sustained finish successfully integrates apple seed bitterness and doesn’t neglect its duty to refresh." — 92-93 Points, David Schildknecht, Vinous (Feb. 2017)
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  • Kurt Angerer Roter Veltliner 2018
    $17.00

    White wine. Kamptal, Austria. Sustainable. 100% Roter Veltliner. A recent addition to the portfolio of Kurt Angerer, this class white Austrian grape variety is fresh and lively with a medium-weight body and beautiful flavor. A exceptionally versatile and food-friendly wine.

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  • Uwe Schiefer Blaufrankisch K Konigsberg 2014
    $18.00
    Red wine. Sudburgenland, Austria. Organic. 100% Blaufränkisch. "From vineyards close to the board of Hungary, the 2014 Blaufränkisch K Konigsberg is a gorgeous wine that comes from 40-year-old vines and a mix of slate and limestone soils. This beauty gives up lots of black cherry and blackberry fruit intermixed with notions of rose petals and an incredible wet granite-like minerality and earthiness. Elegant and layered on the palate, with ultra-fine tannin and a great finish, it’s a beautiful red I’d happily drink anytime over the coming 4-6 years." — 91 Points, Jeb Dunnuck (Nov. 2017)
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  • Pichler Krutzler Grüner Veltliner Ried Klostersatz 2016
    $20.00
    White wine. Wachau, Austria. Sustainable. 100% Grüner Veltliner. "With a satiny texture and a palpable sense of extract-richness, this features lima bean, lime and muskmelon in a brightly juicy, subtly earthy performance that – as has often been the case – lacks quite the buoyancy or clarity of the corresponding and ostensibly lesser Frauenweingarten. But it’s nonetheless delightful stuff, with an undertone of wet stone serving to set off the legume and succulent fruit flavors on the soothingly lingering finish." — 89 Points, David Schildknecht, Vinous (Dec. 2018)
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  • Franz Hirtzberger Riesling Setzberg Smaragd 2017
    $55.00
    White wine. Wachau, Austria. Sustainable. 100% Riesling. "Herbal, with bright, ripe fruit aromas and some flinty notes on the nose, the 2017 Ried Setzberg Riesling Smaragd is a full-bodied, well structured and mineral wine with good freshness and some slightly bitter phenols on the fruity finish. Elegant and fresh but neither very long nor highly complex. Picked on October 25. 13.5% alcohol. Tasted September 2018." — 90 Points, Stephen Reinhardt, Wine Advocate #240 (Dec. 2018)
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