The Wohlmuths make classic Styrian Sauvignon Blanc, with a balance between ripe tropical fruit and crispness. You’ll find herbs and spices, and just a touch of wood from the 25% new barriques.
Especially attractive, with poised, elegant, fresh flavors. While not intense, there is great pleasure to be found in this fresh, green wine, with its layers of acidity and smooth, silky texture. Imported by Wein-Bauer, Inc.
A bit restrained, but identifiably Gewürz, with its trademark aromas of lychees and rose petals. Picks up some ripe melon nuances on the palate. A polite introduction to Gewürztraminer, virtually guaranteed to not offend. —J.C.
Herbs, mineral and grass along with some lime and melon create a modest bouquet. Round with ample structure; the flavor profile is reserved, with melon, orange and doughy notes. Chalky is the best way to describe the mineral-laden finish. Imported by Wein-Bauer, Inc.
This blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Zweigelt isn’t unlike a lightweight Merlot. Earth and black cherry aromas and flavors on a lithe frame are tinged with dried herbs. Finishes tart. —J.C.
Spicy, musky and fruity, this Austrian Muscat is full-bodied, even a bit fat—a marked contrast to most Austrian wines. The peach and melon fruit finishes soft, accented by a spicy-peppery note. —J.C.