The harvest in Austria

It seems that the wine harvest in Austria was a difficult one but that in the end it can give some good wines, albeit with high acidity (good ageing potential?), and some excellent sweet wines.

We have not been in Austria this year, unfortunately, so we cannot give you our own impressions. We have previously published our comments on the harvest in some other countries to where our wine travel has taken us this year. But the Austrian wine information bureau has published a very useful report on their view of this year’s harvest.

Read it on BKWine Magazine: Harvest report: Austrian wine 2013, difficult but some good and perhaps great wines.

A stork close to the Neusiedlersee, Austria

A stork close to the Neusiedlersee, Austria, copyright BKWine Photography

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