Ott’s premiere line of Grüner Veltliner’s begins with “Der Ott,” made from the younger, 10-12 year old, vines of the top three Erste Lage sites – Spiegel, Stein and Rosenberg.

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Ott’s premiere line of Grüner Veltliner’s begins with “Der Ott,” made from the younger, 10-12 year old, vines of the top three Erste Lage sites – Spiegel, Stein and Rosenberg.

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The most widely recognized wine from Ott is the ‘Fass 4’. This GV is composed of 5 small parcels that surround the Rosenberg vineyard, also mainly composed of loess with some additional gravel as well.

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The top Grüner Veltliner each year is from the Feuersbrunner Rosenberg Erste Lage vineyard, acquired by Bernhard’s father in 1961 with vines dating back to 1956. The soils here are deep loess, which coupled with the 54 year old vines create a complex and harmonious concentration. The wine is mind-bending with tight minerality infused with an intensity nearly impossible to find elsewhere. The Rosenberg is recently RESPEKT – biodynamic certified.

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The Feuersbrunner Spiegel Erste Lage is composed of red gravel and loess which contributes a more classical Grüner Veltliner pepperiness and profile. The wine is marked with the signature amplified minerality you continually find at Ott and is the house’s classic representation of fine Wagram Grüner Veltliner.

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The Engabrunner Stein Erste Lage, rests on the border of Wagram and Kamptal, technically belonging to the Kamptal region. This wine is grown on soils of gneiss, chalk and loess, as well as red and yellow sands. The grapes are grown on old vines, the oldest of which were planted in 1957. The wine receives a 30 hour maceration on the skins which contributes to its intensity of mineralic expression. The Stein is now RESPEKT – biodynamic certified.

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The dry Riesling of Bernhard Ott, Riesling vom Rotem Schotter, is produced from red, gravelly soils at a higher elevation than his Grüner Veltliners. The mark of minerality is strong here as well, and as with all wines it is fermented and aged in stainless steel before being bottled under Stelvin closure.

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