Austria's Alois Kracher is one of the world's great makers of sweet wine. Based in the Burgenland district, south of Vienna, near the large, shallow lake called Neusiedler See, Kracher utilizes a variety of grapes for his sweeties, though the best are made from Welschriesling (a white grape not related to Riesling), Chardonnay and Scheurebe (a cross between Riesling and Sylvaner).
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