Anne Krebiehl, MW

Contributing Editor

Reviews wines from Austria

German-born but London-based, Anne Krebiehl is a freelance wine writer who has contributed to trade and consumer publications like Harpers Wine & Spirit, The World of Fine Wine, Falstaff Deutschland, Vinum, The Drinks Business, Imbibe, Sommelier India and others. She also lectures on wine, works as a wine consultant for London restaurants and as translator for wine-related texts. Anne is an accredited member of the Circle of Wine Writers and the Association of Wine Educators. She has harvested and helped to make wine in New Zealand, Germany and Italy. She holds the WSET Diploma and Master of Wine qualification from the Institute of Masters of Wine. When not writing, studying or traveling, she can be found in the kitchen, the garden or on some vineyard getting her hands dirty.

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Bründlmayer 2013 Berg Vogelsang Grüner Veltliner (Kamptal)

  • Editors' Choice
  1. $34
Pure lemon zest mingles with peppery pungency and makes for pepper-speckled refreshment. Linearity and focus abound and this wine is so lively, it seems to fast-forwarded into the future.  — A.K.  (8/1/2014)
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Eichinger 2013 Hasel Alte Reben Reserve Grüner Veltliner (Kamptal)

Soft and inviting ripeness of yellow plums leads to a spicy, peppery and wonderfully focused citrus center. This is a wine you want to savor, easing out every last notion of the layered spice. While it is fresh now, it can certainly keep and will shine especially when paired with hearty, Austrian-style food—Wiener Schnitzel, anyone?  — A.K.  (8/1/2014)
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Eichinger 2013 Wechselberg Grüner Veltliner (Kamptal)

  • Editors' Choice
This wine is so savory, it is hard to decide what notions appear uppermost. There definitely is white pepper, also some soy-sauce depth, dried hayflowers and arugula pungency, all framed by ripe pear flavors and displayed on a textured, refreshing canvas.  — A.K.  (8/1/2014)
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Hirsch 2013 Kammerer Heiligenstein Grüner Veltliner (Kamptal)

  1. $29
Less aromatically forward than its peers, this suggests slightly riper fruit. A welcome mineral focus comes on the concentrated, textured palate that boasts zesty citrus peel and a wonderfully straight, upright backbone. This will come into its own by 2015–2016.  — A.K.  (8/1/2014)
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Nigl 2013 Senftenberger Piri Grüner Veltliner (Niederösterreich)

  1. $29
Spritzy lemon, peppery arugula and an almost salty edge provide lots of interest in this super-refreshing and really lip-smacking light white.  — A.K.  (8/1/2014)
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Salomon-Undhof 2013 Steinterrassen Riesling (Kremstal)

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  1. $25
Lemony lightness, coupled with zesty spritz on the palate make this a refreshing white with lots of focus, linearity and whistle-clean length. Floral notes around the edges add to the intrigue.  — A.K.  (8/1/2014)
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Steininger 2013 Grüner Veltliner (Kamptal)

  1. $17
Lifted, pear-scented freshness dominates the nose while the palate is soft but has a pleasing and linear citrus focus. This is poised and offers sophisticated refreshment.  — A.K.  (8/1/2014)
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Bernhard Ott 2013 Fass 4 Grüner Veltliner (Wagram-Donauland)

  1. $29
Hints of passion fruit play appetizingly about the more usual pear aromas, and the palate displays a winning combination of fresh, zesty lemon and white pepper. It finishes with pleasant length.  — A.K.  (8/1/2014)
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