Salomon Undhof 2004 "Hochterrassen" Kremstal Grüner Veltliner ($12.00)
Transparent straw color. Apple aromas and crisply acidic, snappy citrus flavors are enhanced by GV's characteristic stony "rainwater" minerality, clean and long. Fresh and subtle, showing youthful fruit. US Importer: Michael Skurnik Wines, Syosset, N.Y.; a Terry Theise Estate Selection. (Feb 14, 2006)

FOOD MATCH: GV is gaining a reputation as an exceptional match with a wide variety of Asian fare. It passed this test with flying colors in a pairing with Filipino chicken adobo, chicken thighs long-simmered in soy sauce and rice wine vinegar with plenty of aromatic star anise.

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