Bründlmayer Ried Kammerner Lamm 1 ÖTW Kamptal DAC Grüner Veltliner
The Lamm vineyard has a soil of chalky clay and loess on siltstone. It is a south facing slope bordering the east of the “Heiligenstein” – one of the warmest sites in our wine growing area.
Grapes from this site reach a high degree of ripeness and concentration, which bring a generous expression more generally associated with Burgundy varieties. While “Lamm” is the quintessence of a monumental Grüner Veltliner, it abandons the lightness and prickle that Grüner Veltliner usually stands for.
Region: Kamptal DAC Reserve
Vineyard: Kammerner Lamm
Soil: Chalky clay, loess, siltstone
Altitude: 215 – 285m, South facing
Elevage: Fermented in 300L Austrian oak and some small new acacia barrels, aged in 2500L Oak and acacia