The white wines of Austria have so risen in quality over the past decade that wine lovers can now rely on each new vintage to deliver food-friendly flavors—at mostly reasonable prices. Austria's two main white varietals, Riesling and the indigenous Grüner Veltliner, offer an interesting menu of fruit, spice and mineral elements and show plenty of structure as well.
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