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Wimmer Gruner Veltliner 2021 (liter)

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Country:Austria
Region:Poysdorf
Winery:Wimmer
Grape Type:Gruner Veltliner
Vintage:2021
Bottle Size:1000 ml
Product Description

Wimmer Gruner Veltliner is made from 100 percent Gruner Veltliner. 

Crisp lime flavors, white pepper and lentils, followed by a mouthful of mineral notes and gooseberry. A long lingering finish


Winery: Wimmer

The Wimmer Estate
The young family owned and run winery is situated in the northern part of Austria known as the Weinviertel, in the wine city of Poysdorf. The wine-growing tradition goes back to 1724.

Their aim is to produce fruity, elegant wines, rich in finesse, that reflect and express the terroir of the Weinviertel area. They take pride in using only the best grapes combined with experience, know-how and dedication.

The Wimmer Vineyard
Deep loess and clayey soil, carefully chosen areas, plenty of sunshine and a sustainable viticulture are the ingredients of their fruity, lively white wines. The vineyards cover an area of about 20 hectares. They further work with carefully selected vintners who produce another 15 hectares of grapes for them.

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Story:

When the Clarke forebearers discovered gold in 1870 at the Lady Alice mine in the Barossa goldfields, so began a family dynasty intrigued by geology. A fine legacy that is reflected today in the terroir of our vineyards. The Shotfire range immortalizes the Shotfirer's hazardous job of setting and lighting the charges in the mines.


Fran shares his story on how he discovered Thorn-Clarke:
     "It was October 2001 and I was searching for and sourcing for Australian wines, as it was clear that Australia was going to become the "next big thing." After tasting about 100 assorted wines, I decided I liked the style of Barossa, Shiraz best - chocolate, cherries, mint and eucalyptus - so I started focusing on Barossa growers (years later, Barossa Shiraz would develop its reputation as the Icon Shiraz for Australia).
     Late on a Thursday afternoon, the carrier delivered a beat-up box of 12 bottles from Australia, 10 of which were leaking. The box was from a guy named Steve Machin, who had just left Hardy's and was beginning work with the Clarke family on setting up a possible new brand. The samples were sticky and messy, but I popped the corks anyway ..... and I was glad that I did. The wine inside tasted like Christmas - mint, eucalyptus, camphor, and evergreen aromas. Great acidity, color, flavor and length of finish - very tasty. These samples were so good and so exciting, especially compared to what I had tasted prior, that I immediately called the number on the card. I didn't realize that it was a Perth number (Western Australia) and it was actually 3:00 in the morning. It turned out I was calling the residence of David and Cheryl Clarke, where a sleepy Cheryl answered the phone. I told her, you don't know who I am, but we are going to be doing business together very soon, and lots of it! After a few months of talking, faxing (yes, faxing) and sorting out the details, I began importing their wines.
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