Grüner Veltliner in its different styles matches with a multitude of dishes. Literatur. Although Grüner Veltliner was first spotted in Lower Austria in the 18th century, it owes its rise and final victory to Hochkultur – the high training method pioneered by Lenz Moser III in 1929. Parentage: Roter Veltliner is actually the parent variety of the Veltliner group and appears in numerous types (Weissroter, Brauner, Silberweißer Veltliner and Gelbling). Almost all of the Grüner Veltliner go back to the selection work of Josef Mantler (1910-1987). Tja, dit maakt deze laatste wel tot familie van de grüner, die immers ook de savagnin als ouder heeft. Veltlin was an area in the lower Alps … Roter Veltliner ist zudem ausgesprochen lagerfähig und verfügt über eine kräftige, belebende Säurestruktur. Grüner Veltliner has been believed to date back to Roman times, with its name being derived from Veltlin (Valtellina) in northern Italy, though ampelographers and wine historians have yet to find a link between the grape and the Italian commune. The name translates to “Green Wine of Veltlin”. Grüner Veltliner; Synonyme. Grüner Veltliner is certainly more widely available, widely grown and widely hailed than Roter Veltliner, but it has very limited family connections with other Austrian grape varieties. Pineapple, apricot and minerals. Roter Veltliner 2016 Feuersbrunn Wagram/Austria Medium green-yellow. In some vineyards clippings of the companies Aigner, Bogner, Edlinger and Knoll are planted. With flavors of green pepper and lime, Grüner Veltliner is an exotic alternative to Sauvignon Blanc. The grape is likely indigenous to Austria. Der Frührote Veltliner darf nicht mit der in südlichen Europa verbreiteten Sorte Malvasier verwechselt werden. Tja wat een incest nietwaar, als je dat zo leest. Technically they are a mass selection and not clones. Malvasier, Frühroter Malvasier, Roter Malvasier, Rote Babotraube. Elegantly concentrated with pleasant fruit sweetness balanced by vibrant acidity. Inviting notes of pineapple and carambola laced with blossom honey comprise a subtle and multifaceted bouquet. If you’re like most Americans, your first encounter with Austrian wine probably came in the usual way: via a screw-capped bottle of grüner veltliner. Grüner Veltliner is a dry white wine that grows almost only in Austria. Roter veltliner heeft ook een kruising met silvaner op zijn naam en hier zijn zowel de neuburger als de frühroter veltliner uit ontstaan. Grüner Veltliner means literally 'green grape from the village of Veltlin in the Tirol', and it has been commonly believed that it must be closely related to two other varieties making something of a comeback at the moment, Roter Veltliner and Früher Roter Veltliner, otherwise known as Frühroter Veltliner. Zo levert roter veltiner x savagnin rotgipfler op.