Compared to Riesling, Grüner Veltliner is a wine with less acidity. The dry Grüner Veltliner from Weingut Koegler from the Rheingau is elegant and fruity with fine citrus notes in the aroma. The grape variety originally comes from Austria and is primarily at home in the Wachau. But here in the Rheingau, the vines also find optimal conditions. The dry Grüner Veltliner was aged in stainless steel barrels and presents itself fruity-elegant with a high potential for body and power. Flavors of black currants and the typical spicy note of the variety make this opulent Grüner Veltliner a real pleasure. The special grape varieties of Weingut Koegler, such as Grüner Veltliner or Blauer Zweigelt, reflect the winemaker's affinity for the Austrian Wachau. The Eltville estate is known beyond the borders of the region for its fine, spicy-piquant white wines and powerful, dense red wines of these grape varieties.
|WINE TYPE||White wine|
|ALCOHOL CONTENT||11.5% vol|