BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:www.winebow.com BEGIN:VEVENT UID:5ed667bcb7f7d DTSTART:20200520T200000Z SEQUENCE:0 TRANSP:OPAQUE DTEND:20200520T210000Z LOCATION:Register on Zoom SUMMARY:Between two Somms: Austria’s Danube River Valley CLASS:PUBLIC DESCRIPTION:If spicy Grüner Veltliner and powerfully dry Riesling are Aust ria’s great contributions to the world of wine\, then Austria’s Danube River Valley is its apex. The tributary rivers of Krems\, Traisen\, and K amp\, lend their names by adding -tal (the German word for valley) and iss ue archetype Grüner and Riesling under their respective DACs. Wagram’s impressively deep sediments of loess soil give especially textured Grüner (and Roter!) Veltliner while the tiny Wachau yields powerful wines\, espe cially those named after a sun-loving lizard. Master Sommeliers Ron Edward s and Jesse Becker dive deep into the wines of Austria’s Danube River Va lley. \n X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

If spicy Grüner Veltline r and powerfully dry Riesling are Austria’s great contributions to the w orld of wine\, then Austria’s Danube River Valley is its apex. The tribu tary rivers of Krems\, Traisen\, and Kamp\, lend their names by adding -tal (the German word for valley) and issue archetype Grüner and Ries ling under their respective DACs. Wagram’s impressively deep sediments o f loess soil give especially textured Grüner (and Roter!) Veltliner while the tiny Wachau yields powerful wines\, especially those named after a su n-loving lizard. Master Sommeliers Ron Edwards and Jesse Becker dive deep into the wines of Austria’s Danube River Valley.

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