Bright yellow green; subtle nose, green apple, tart yellow and green fruit, subtle spice, salty, white pepper; broader on the palate, more viscous texture, tart green fruit, struck match and tingle on the finish probably from some sulfur not visible on the nose; good.
Straw yellow color; subtle nose of white flowers, faint white pepper, salty minerals, and light apple and pear; starts a little non-descript with more effusiveness in the back exhibiting the same flavors as the nose with some green vegetables added, fairly delicate body with a nice sweet apple and pear finish; clean, simple, and tasty.
Unscrewed and poured. Refreshing, verdant aromas of herbs and minerals. Clean, dry white fruit and mineral water flavors up front. Pleasant sweetness in the finish. Interesting but not complex. Pure flavors, firm backbone, a bit of petillance. Very nice Gruner at a very attractive price.
Steely yellow green; faint nose containing orchard fruit, green grape, and slight melon; plump fresh fruit with good acid, natural spiciness on the finish along with some white pepper. Clean and fairly simple though an effective wine for food pairing.
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(Schloss Gobelsburg Grüner Veltliner "Gobelsburger") ($16.00) Following the astonishing 2010 won’t be easy. But this is true to type, i.e., boxwood and nettle, polished and silky, irises all over the place; lovely, amazingly classy and even complex for its price. It’s no exaggeration to call this one of the world’s best wine values.