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2017 Leindl Gruner Veltliner Langenlois - 92 PTS - WE

wine enthusiast 92 pts"Notes of freshly cut Conference pear have hints of crushed sage, fennel seed and lime peel. The palate trumps with a similar array of flavors that unite citrus freshness and herbal, salty savor, all supported by finely textured yeastiness and that green pear note. Elegant and impeccably balanced in its full-flavored lightness. - ANNE KREBIEHL MW"
- Wine Enthusiast (March 2019), 92 pts

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2018 Leindl Gruner Veltliner Langenlois - 89 PTS - WE

wine enthusiast 89 pts"Hints of citrus, green-pear peel and leafy fern on the nose lead onto a palate of slight spritz. Here, these flavors coalesce around a lovely Conference pear freshness. The finish is dry, spritzy and mild. - Anne KREBIEHL MW"
- Wine Enthusiast (July 2019), 89 pts

2019 Leindl Gruner Veltliner Langenlois - 93 PTS - W&S

wine and spirits logo 250"Georg Leindl worked at Weingut Nigl before striking out on his own in 2013; he now farms 29 acres in and around Langenlois, including parcels in Seeberg and Heiligenstein. His village veltliner has sweet notes of Meyer lemon and clementine driven by bright, sparkling acidity. It combines energy with elegance, the flavors lithe and lasting."
- Wine & Spirit Magazine (June 2021), 93 pts

2020 Leindl Gruner Veltliner Langenlois - 92 PTS - TP

somm journal purple logo"The hilly region of Langenlois is one of the historical and cultural centers of the Kamptal region. Aromas of lemon tart reflect on the palate, intersecting with bright, crackling acidity and a stony mouthfeel. A hint of meringue, green apple, and Bartlett pear. "

-The Somm Journal (April/May 2022), 92 pts