The wine-making culture in Austria focuses on quality over quantity with famously low yields. Similar to Germany in types of wine produced, the Austrians prefer a dry or Trocken style of white wine over the sweet tooth of its western neighbor, except for stickies, where the Austrians also excel. Grüner Veltliner is the national treasure and is a perfumed and full-bodied Austrian wine that shines as a food wine. Austrian red wines are increasingly popular, with Blauer Burgunder (a.k.a. Pinot Noir) showing great potential.