Appears in
Oxford Companion to Wine

By Jancis Robinson

Published 2006

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Neuburger, sometimes distinguished white grape variety grown almost exclusively on almost 600 ha in austria. dna profiling in Austria showed it is a cross, possibly accidental, of roter veltliner × sylvaner, which makes nutty wine that tastes like an even fuller-bodied Weissburgunder. It is also encountered in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Transylvania in romania.