Here are some wine tips you should try during your wine tasting in Lower Austria:
Gruner Veltliner – The wine has a rich fruity taste with bright acidity, well-integrated and refreshing, and a long fruity-spicy aftertaste. In the aroma of the wine, there are hints of white peach, grapefruit, and ripe apricot, notes of exotic fruits. The wine goes well with baked dishes, such as Viennese schnitzel, poultry, and various fish dishes.
Zweigelt – The balance of good acidity and velvety tannins in the taste of the wine is complemented by hints of blackberry, cherry, and orange peel. The spicy aftertaste does not last very long. The aroma of the wine is a delicate fruity bouquet with expressive tones of cherry, notes of caramel, violet flowers, dry spices, and vanilla. The wine is combined with pasta, grilled beef, cutlets, stewed meat with mushroom sauce.
In general, Lower Austria is famous for its sparkling and harmonious sparkling wines, which are perfectly combined with fish and seafood dishes. These drinks are characterized by a refined aroma and a soft, delicate taste, due to which such sparkling wines are also well suited to desserts and fruits.