Taubenschuss Grüner Veltliner Weinviertel Poysdorf DAC

About the Wine

Grüner Veltliner Weinviertel Poysdorf is Taubenschuss’s entry level Gruner Veltliner and is a quality, well-priced gastronomy wine. This wine has a classic light green-yellow colour and is fruity, spicy, and clean with a slight white pepper finish. It’s best served cold between 9-11 C.

Alcohol: 12%
Residual Sugar: 1.6
Acids: 5.5

Food Pairings

Gruner is often known as a chameleon wine because it goes so well with so many foods. Enjoy this wine with fish and seafood (both grilled and pan-fried), veal, roast chicken, roast pork, pasta, light salads, and grilled vegetables.

The Change Up

Try this wine with cabbage rolls or chicken pot pie.

About the Winery

Taubenschuss Winery was founded in 1670 by the Taubenschuss family who continue to own and operate it to this day. It is located in Poysdorf, Austria in the Niederösterreich wine region, about 15 minutes from the Czech border. They are known for their near-natural approach to viticulture, using only compost and natural herb-based “teas” to fertilize the soil and control pests and mildew. The winery and will receive their official organic certification in 2024.

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Contact Us / Order


Mailing address:
Bines & Vines
50 Golfview Drive, Stratford
Prince Edward Island C1B 2V6

Phone: 1.902.448.5231
Email: sales@peibinesandvines.ca

About Us

We’re John and Brenda Steinsky from PEI. John is a proud first-generation Czech Canadian. Since May 2018, he has served as an Honorary Consul for the Czech Republic in PEI and New Brunswick, also covering Nova Scotia and Newfoundland in an “acting” capacity. In addition to providing consular services to Czech nationals in these provinces, John was keen to promote “economic diplomacy” with Atlantic Canadians, by sharing Czech goods and services they otherwise might not have access to.

Beer and wine seemed like good fits given the proliferation of craft brewing in the Maritimes and local interest in "new old-world wines." Czech wine is often described as "the best wines you’ve never heard of." We’re hoping to change that!