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Schloss Gobelsburg Ried Lamm 1 ÖTW Kamptal DAC Grüner Veltliner

Schloss Gobelsburg Ried Lamm 1 ÖTW Kamptal DAC Grüner Veltliner

Ried (single vineyard, cru) Lamm is situated on the southeast slope of the Heiligenstein. Besides erosion material from Heiligenstein (perm, red siltstone) a high proportion of clay can be found here. The vineyard is south-facing and very well exposed. This helps develop the grapes for a wine that, after maturation in traditional double-foudre casks from local forest of Manhartsberg, shows great power and elegance.

Region: Kamptal DAC Reserve
Vineyard: Lamm
Variety: Grüner Veltliner
Soil: Permian sandstone and clay
Elevage: Fermented and aged in large Austrian Manhatsberg Oak

Info

Vintage:
2019
Country:
Austria
Region:
Kamptal
Appellation:
Kamptal
Variety:
Gruner Veltliner
Color:
White
Farming Practice:
Sustainable

Sizes Available

Full Bottle AT-GOB-05-19 6/750ml
Half Bottle AT-GOB-05-19H 12/375ml

Press & Reviews

Wine Advocate
Score
96
Date
2021-12-20
"The intensely yellow-colored 2019 Kammern Ried Lamm 1ÖTW was vinified in new 50-hectoliter oak vats and aged on the fine lees until July 2020. The nose is clearly influenced by its crystalline subsoils and delivers a coolish-mineral, flinty tone next to the perfectly ripe, elegant and finely concentrated white fruit that is discreet and refined like green tea. On the palate, this is a rich, piquant, very elegant, highly refined and persistently salty Veltliner that develops an enormously long and complex, finely tannic and sustainably structured finish."
James Suckling
Score
96
Date
2020-09-29
"It’s not often that a young Austrian gruner veltliner reminds you of Burgundy, though mature examples often do. The ripe-mirabelle, candied-pineapple and dried-herb aromas are married to a palate that’s rich and creamy. But beneath the waterline this is also a highly structured wine. Rather imposing finish, suggesting excellent aging potential. Drink or hold."
Wine & Spirits
Score
96
Date
2022-04-01
"Michael Moosbrugger pulls this wine from a parcel on the southeast slope of Heiligenstein, where the loess is mixed with moisture-retaining clay. The vines seem to have appreciated the soil in the hot, dry 2019 vintage, if the joyousness of this wine is any reflection. Raised in large casks of oak from local forests, this feels rich and expansive, with an almost meaty density. It's more ripe than sweet, a seamless blend of flowers, fruit, earth and spice that lasts for minutes after each sip."

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