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Frankland Estate

Gruner Veltliner 2021

Gruner Veltliner 2021

It's a style of wine that was all the rage in the wine bars in New York, known as "Groovy" by the trendy crowd. There's not a lot of Grüner Veltliner planted in Australia, but where this native Austrian white varietal is small in numbers, it's big in flavour impact! 

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SKU: GRUV21V
Wine Specs
Vintage
2021
Alcohol %
13
Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
A lovely combination of spice and dried pear with slight citrus notes. Stone fruit dried summer grass and earthy tones are supported by delicate florals and a juicy fruitfulness. The palate is delicate but fleshed out with some textural generosity almost touching on phenolic texture giving weight and tension to this generous and luscious wine. The spice and floral mix are undeniably Grüner Veltliner. Fresh bright and delicious, this wine will age nicely and gain complexity. Organically grown, vinified and estate bottled.
Vineyard Notes
The Grüner Veltliner is grown in the Isolation Ridge Vineyard at Frankland Estate off seven short rows of vines grafted as a trial in 2017. The vineyard is planted on undulating eastern facing slopes and has duplex soils of ironstone gravel and loam over a clay sub soil. The vineyard is managed under certified organic principles, a practice we feel important for reflecting terroir driven wines.

Product Reviews

Vintage 2021 - Dom Sweeney - Gourmet Wine Traveller's Gravatar
Vintage 2021 - Dom Sweeney - Gourmet Wine Traveller
(21/03/2022 at 6:53 PM)
The Riesling experts at Frankland Estate’s take on Grüner but in very limited quantities (one barrel, in this case). A hedonistic version as a result of barrel fermentation: charcuterie and cruciferous vegetable notes with herbs, citrus, blossom and graphite. Quietly mind-blowing.

Vintage 2021 - Gary Walsh - The Wine Front's Gravatar
Vintage 2021 - Gary Walsh - The Wine Front
(21/03/2022 at 6:54 PM)
Interesting wine this, and kind of hard to describe. Quite spicy, almost a cabbage thing happening, along with ripe lemon and apple. Its savoury in a sort of lactic-fermenty-sauerkraut way, but also has fresh and spicy lemon barley and pear flavour, with a fine dusty texture and good length. Acidity is balanced and coll, but there's richness too. Very interesting. Hard wine to rate, because it's likely to polarize. On balance, I like it. 91 points

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