For eleven generations, the Bauer family has been growing grapes the old-fashioned way: organic soil cultivation, companion plants for nourishment and erosion prevention—even planning vineyard work around the phases of the moon. The latest Bauer generation realizes this dedication to the old ways of working with nature may be just a bit revolutionary. And they are more than ok with that.
What else is revolutionary? Being the first winery to put Austria’s signature grape, Grüner Veltliner, in a 3L box, that’s what. Schplïnk is the first to dare put this beloved wine in alternative packaging. So invite 20 of your closest friends over to discuss those revolutionary ideas you’ve got rolling around in your head. You might just be onto something awesome.
Who dared to put the Austrian national grape in a box? Schplïnk did.
Schplïnk Grüner Veltliner
(Say it with us: Grooner Velt-leener)
Grüner Veltliner is considered by many a sommelier to be one of the most food-friendly wines you can put on your table. Those tough-to-pair veggies or extra creamy dishes are heightened by Grüner’s bright acidity and herbaceous qualities.
Schplïnk Grüner Veltliner is a crisp, medium-bodied white wine with zesty lemon notes, minerality, and fresh herb and white pepper qualities. It is refreshing and oh-so-drinkable. Keep it in the fridge to Schplïnk yourself up at the end of a long work day.
Price — $30.99 (3L)
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