Gourmets of Wine > Combinations 2: Wine to accompany an Austrian dessert.

http://www.spittoon.biz [Spittoon - wine drink and food.] Discovering an oldish book that covers Austrian wine and the countries cuisine a fun continuation of his Austrian-theme, I concluded, would make an interesting point for Combinations 2.

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