Tmtroiano wrote:Can you give me some names of some good quality Austrian dessert/sweet wines.
Marc D wrote:If you try the Kracher wines, which you should, there are 2 lines. The "Nouvelle Vague"are aged in new wood barriques and the "Zwischen Den Seen" use the same grapes but are aged in stainless steel. The residual sugar goes up with the number on the wine, #12 being described as similar to the concentration of Tokay Essencia.
Robin Garr wrote:quickly underpinned by an elusive, torrefied aroma that I suddenly recognize as black coffee ... just clean, intense golden raisins and torrefied subtleties ... Amazing wine.
Paul B. wrote:"torrefied"
Robin Garr wrote:But turn them full throttle, and most people say "Eeeuuuwwww."
Paul B. wrote:See, the thing is, Robin, that I'm a Manichean black-or-white kinda guy when it comes to wine. When I love a wine, it's often because there's something in it that sticks out rebelliously - even ridiculously. Balance can be beautiful, but it can also be bland as heck!
Robin Garr wrote:You certainly have a right to your preferences, as does everyone. Sometimes you seem unusually proud of them, though ...
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