The Loibner Grüner Veltliner Federspiel displays an intense and elegant bouquet of ripe and overripe apples. Medium-bodied, fresh and fruity, this is an elegant and pretty intense Veltliner with grip and tension. Although it tastes like a rather full-bodied Federspiel it has been bottled with a rather moderate alcohol level of 12% alcohol.

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Wachau is a small but important wine district on the Danube River in northern Austria. It follows the Danube for roughly 20 miles (33km) until Krems-an-der-Donau, the fifth-largest city in Lower Austria and the commercial hub for Wachau and its neighboring districts Kremstal and Kamptal. One of Austria’s most famous and respected wine regions, Wachau is known for its full-bodied, pepper-tinged Grüner Veltliner and rich, steely Riesling.