The Endless Horizons range is the top line of Mt Bera wines, and this is a good Gruner, full of life and rich flavour, almost voluptuous – interesting to see how this delicate variety puts on weight with a few years under its belt. It sits somewhere between Riesling and Pinot Grigio, with high acidity in its youth, citrus flavours and savoury herbs. Usually drunk young and fresh. 95 points. BUY.93pts - Ken Gargett (WinePilot)
As opposed to the ‘Federspiel’ style of the Gruvee GV which these guys offer, this is more in the “Austrian Reserve style”, which aims for full-bodied opulence, by picking later. As much as I enjoyed the Gruvee, this is definitely my preferred wine of the pair. Straw gold in colour, it is richly flavoured indeed. Deep notes of stewed pears, spices, rich stonefruit touches with a minerally support system. Vibrant acidity carries the wine with good intensity and length. Drink now and for six years.