Ready for anything: local produce, fresh seafood or mixed grill. This wine assortment covers all of the bases. Light-to-medium, mineral driven whites and bright, fruity reds for any occasion.

Includes 2 bottles of each. 6 whites and 6 reds.

Schödl Grüner Veltliner ‘Classic’ 2018

Refreshing and easy-drinking Grüner Veltliner. The wine shows a dazzling nose with notes of grapefruit, apple and spice. The lower alcohol and refreshing acidity make this wine a go-to drinking companion.

Schödl Grüner Veltliner ‘Loss+Lehm’ 2018

Deep loess and chalky clay soils are the base for this Grüner Veltliner. On the gentle slopes and plateaus of the Weinviertel grapes achieve a perfect balance between ripeness and acidity for this tight, spicy and fresh Grüner Veltliner.

Sommerhausen Steinbach Silvaner VDP. Erste Lage 2018

Silvaner is a grape everyone should get to know. Complex yet light on its feet with intense minerality. This wine is the hallmark of the estate, and the funky Bocksbeutel bottle is the hallmark of Franconia (Franken) where it has been a symbol of regional quality since the 1700’s.

Sepp Moser Zweigelt ‘Hedwighof’ 2017

Just a couple of hundred meters away from Austria’s lowest point of altitude, on the banks of Lake Neusiedl, the Hedwighof vineyard’s high proportion of old vines, gravelly subsoil, and position atop an ancient seabed leads to bright and complex fruit flavors and lovely salinity.

Zweigelt, a cross between St. Laurent and Blaufrankisch is Austria’s most plant red grape and yields wines that are bright, fruity and a little tart.

Aldo Marenco Dogliani DOCG ‘Suri’ 2018

Suri or “Southeast” in the local Piemontese dialect, represents a Dogliani vineyard’s ultimate orientation, which enables the Dolcetto grapes to catch optimal rays throughout the day and achieve perfect ripeness. Bright, fresh and youthful, this wine showcases the beautiful character achieved through aging in concrete.

Schödl St. Laurent ‘Dorflagen’ – 2018

Classic cool climate red wine sourced entirely from Schödl’s sandstone and chalky loess soils plots in Loidesthal and Blumenthal. St. Laurent hails from the Pinot family and is typically a deeper colored, beefier version of Pinot Noir. This wine was fermented in stainless steel to retain varietal freshness and then aged in large oak casks at a constant natural temperature.