Last-Minute Christmas Pairing Box
Are you at a loss to know which wines to pick for that most wonderful time of the year? Fear not — we’ve taken the tough decision-making out of your hands with our last-minute Christmas pairing. This festive box combines the four MUST-HAVE wines for your seasonal table. The Jurtschitsch Brut Nature is Austria’s answer to Grower Champagne. One of the finest Austrian sparkling wines we know, it tastes like lime zest and croissant flakes, and is the perfect apéritif or partner to smoked salmon. Then, the Enderle & Moll Pinot Noir and the Furmint Aus Dem Quartz are our favourite partners for turkey or a veggie alternative. Does Aunt Karen only drink white wine, and Uncle Bob a Pinot fanatic? You’ll kill two birds with one stone with these two beauties. And finally, for that Christmas pudding or for the mince pie taste testing, the one & only Melsheimer Spätlese comes in a half bottle — an iconic Riesling with the sugar/acid balance of dreams — the perfect end to a Christmas meal. Be warned — it won’t stay around for long.
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Brut Nature 2015
by Alwin Jurtschitsch
A wine that gives grower Champagne a real run for its money. This is the Usain Bolt of Austrian Brut Nature sparkling wines. Zesty and smoky on the nose, it's a taut livewire of electric minerality on the palate, with a nutty, croissant dough finish for days. A wine that makes you beam from ear to ear: a cause for celebration.
Furmint 'Aus dem Quartz' 2019
by Michael Wenzel
A wine that redefines the idea of an Austrian classic. Spicy, flinty and textured - we like to think Furmint is the Chenin Blanc of the East. Give it time to breath and the wine will unfold incredible layers of depth. A wine that certainly pushes above its weight.
Pinot Noir 2018
by Enderle & Moll
A wine that is as humble as it gets and in turn rivals many quality Pinots around the globe. The 'straight' Pinot Noir from the estate is always a mix of different parcels - treated with the same care as all of their other wines. A great introduction that will make you want to find out more!
Schäf Spätlese 2018
by Thorsten Melsheimer
A wine that comes from a tiny parcel on the steep slopes of the Mullay-Hofberg hill side. Thorsten loves to separate his grapes to the smallest variation of ripeness. Here he takes late harvest grapes that naturally ferment until they are almost dry. The sweetness balanced with a fantastic signature Mosel acidity is what dreams are made of.