Riesling Wines: Germany, United States, Alsace, Australia, Italy, Austria, New Zealand, South Africa, Slovakia, Croatia, Luxembourg
Gruner Veltliner Wines: Lower Austria, Burgenland, Slovakia, Czechia
Spirits of Pawling
The Spirits of Pawling explains the difference between Gruner Veltliner and Riesling wines.
Riesling is a white grape that comes from the Rhine Valley. The Riesling grape variety is known for its floral, almost perfume-like aromas and high acidity. It is used to make white wines that are dry, semi-sweet, sweet, and sparkling. Riesling wines are typically unoaked and varietally pure.
Grüner Veltliner is a white wine grape variety that is primarily grown in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Austria. In the Northern Hemisphere, the grape vine has five lobed leaves, long but compact bunches, and deep green grapes that ripen in late October.
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