Longview ‘KÜHL’ Grüner Veltliner 2018

Longview is one of the first vineyards in Australia to plant Grüner Veltliner.

KÜHL – the German word for cool – is named to reflect the cool-climate of the Adelaide Hills and Longview’s progressive ethos.

A remarkably versatile variety, Grüner can be made young and light or rich and unctuous. Our KÜHL lands somewhere in the middle. Initial aromas of grapefruit and celery progress to a palate of spicy radish and golden delicious apple, with crunchy acidity and white pepper overtones.

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Reviews & Awards

“(…) makes you suddenly crave a plate of rice paper rolls.”

“At this young stage of its life this is bursting out of the glass with fresh citrus aromatics and a hint of juniper.  On the tongue it’s all crunchy green pear and a lick of grippy dryness that makes you suddenly crave a plate of rice paper rolls.”
Max Allen, Gourmet Traveller Wine, December 2018

“(…) excellent switch-out drinking….”

“There’s a summery feel to this wine but it doesn’t forget the inherent savouriness that best example of this variety dial in.  Alongside white flesh stone fruit expect celery and faint turnip characters in bouquet and palate, with weight a few rungs down from medium bodied white wine.  It’s excellent switch-out drinking from more well known varieties and styles.”
Mike Bennie, WBM, September/October 2019

“(…).  Classy.”

“Tasted back in July, and it had only just been bottled. Likely better again now. White pepper, daikon, green pear, etc. Nice and dry, savoury, almost umami, root vegetables, some green herb, but fruit is there too, albeit in a more racy style. Bright finish. Classy.”
The Wine Front, September 2018

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