Austria has very recently announced its 11th DAC (Districtus Austriae Controllatus) as Rosalia, which is located south of the Leitha Range in Burgenland. The newly defined DAC had been a Grosslage (large collective vineyard site) until now.
With the passage of time, Austrian wines are gaining more and more recognition in newer wine countries like India. But there is still a long way to go. Despite putting earnest efforts, Austrian wines have so far had limited success in
Ancient learning was mostly through travel. Inspired so, I learn wine the most during my expeditions to wine countries. Here’s a pictorial representation of my whirlwind travel to vineyards of Austria and Italy…
Last year was the year of impetus for Austrian wines in India. With three masterclasses spread over 8 months, the Austrians treated the Indian palate to a finish that is bound to linger for a long time. I was privileged
In the Indian wine milieu, the year 2014 clearly belonged to the Austrians. With the last of their trilogy of wine events completing in November, the Austrians through well planned presentations showcased their wines for the Indian palate to explore them
If you hold a glass of wine at the lawns of the Austrian Trade Commissioner residence in Lutyen’s Delhi, chances are that bumblebees may want to befriend you. Don’t be wary though, as they come visiting for the aromas pervading the