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Petra Unger Kremstal

Lately helped by her brother Axel, Petra Unger has been running this moderately large (40 ha) Kremstal estate since 1999. The vineyards incorporate those leased by her father from the Benedictine Abbey of Gottweig in 1987. Approachable and easy drinking wines are made under the Q label. While other varieties make a significant contribution, including […]

Salomon-Undhof Kremstal

This estate has remained in the same family since 1792. Bertold Salomon returned to take up the mantle from his older brother Erich in 2002. Von Stein Grüner Veltliner comes from two small plots of eroded rocky soils producing a wine of lovely minerality and intensity that starts out quite austere. Another fine Grüner comes […]

Nigl Kremstal

The wines have been good here for some time but seem to have moved up a further notch in quality in recent vintages. A wide range of Grüner Veltliner and Riesling from top sites in Kremstal are made and the best are now very good indeed. As well as these among whites are a Sauvignon […]

Felsner Kremstal

Manfred Felsner produces good, reasonably priced Grüner Veltliner and Riesling from his family’s estate in Kremstal. There is not the style, complexity or concentration seen from top Wachau producers but the wines are generally soundly made with good varietal expression. Grüner Veltliner is grown on loess soils and shows yellow plum, lentil, spice and pepper […]

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