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GRUBER Gelber Muskateller Röschitz

GRUBER Gelber Muskateller Röschitz

Vintage: 2019

Our previous price 10,56 EUR
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9,50 EUR per 0.75 l
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 Due to the favorable climatic conditions, the Austrian wine-growing regions are predominantly located in the east of the country.
Quality wines are approved from 36 quality wine grape varieties or from nine generic wine regions - Lower Austria, Burgenland, Styria, Vienna, as well as Carinthia, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Tyrol and Vorarlberg. The most important generic wine-growing regions are Lower Austria, Burgenland, Styria and Vienna.
Austria currently has 17 specific vineyards and 13 DAC areas.
"DAC" stands for "Districtus Austriae Controllatus" and is the legal abbreviation for particularly area-typical quality wines.

Winegrowing Region NIEDERÖSTERREICH (LOWER AUSTRIA): Wachau, Kremstal (Kremstal DAC), Kamptal (Kamptal DAC), Traisental (Traisental DAC), Wagram, Weinviertel (Weinviertel DAC), Carnuntum, Thermenregion
Winegrowing Region BURGENLAND: Neusiedlersee (Neusiedlersee DAC), Leithaberg (Leithaberg DAC), Rosalia (Rosalia DAC), Mittelburgenland (Mittelburgenland DAC), Eisenberg (Eisenberg DAC)
Winegrowing Region STYRIA: Vulkanland Steiermark (Vulkanland DAC), Southern Styria (Südsteiermark DAC), Western Styria (Weststeiermark DAC).
Winegrowing Region VIENNA: (Wiener Gemischter Satz DAC)

Vineyard area: 50 000 hectares
Wine production / year: 2.5 million hl

More sub catagories:
Lower Austria is Austria's largest quality wine-growing region. Under his name, a rich potential of wine and wine styles of local wine rarities, but also international grape varieties.
The eight specific wine-growing regions in Lower Austria, with their names such as
Wachau in the west and Carnuntum in the east, can be roughly divided into three climate zones: the Weinviertel in the north, the Danube region with its side valleys Kamptal, Kremstal, Traisental and Wagram west of Vienna and the Pannonian Lower Austria Thermenregion in the southeast.

Viticulture in the big city? Often these are show wine gardens as a tourist attraction. But Vienna is different. Here are 637 hectares of vineyards a major economic factor, serve the preservation of the green belt and are the basis for high quality wine.

In 2013, the specialty of Vienna, the Wiener Wiener Gemischter Satz DAC, was incorporated into the Austrian DAC family and has since become even more the epitome of Viennese wine.



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