Bernhard Ott

Ott Ried Stein 1 ÖTW Kamptal DAC Grüner Veltliner

Ott Ried Stein 1 ÖTW Kamptal DAC Grüner Veltliner

Region: Kamptal
Grape: Grüner Veltliner
Appellation: Kamptal DAC
Vineyard: Stein
Soil: Gföhler gneiss at the bottom, red sands, white sands, a layer of chalk and a little loess on top
Production: Stainless steel Short maceration on the press, fermented in stainless steel and left on the lees until bottling in the late Summer.
Farming:  Respekt certified biodyamic
Classification: 1 ÖTW (Erste Lage, equivalent to Premier Cru)

Stein

Stein is actually a vineyard that Bernhard farms that’s in the Kamptal, specifically the village of Engabrunn.  Bernhard’s village of Feuresbrunn is right on the border of  Kamptal and the Wagram and Bernhard has roots in these Engelbrunn vineyards going back to his Great Grandfather who started farming these sites in 1889 . Stein means stone and as the name would suggest, this vineyard is loess with a lot of gneiss. It might remind you more of the wines from Renner than the heavy loess wines from Rosenberg, which recall the Lamm more than any other site. Long maceration here in the press prior to natural fermentation in steel. 100% estate fruit, Respekt certified Biodynamic.

Info

Producer:
Vintage:
2018
Country:
Austria
Region:
Kamptal
Appellation:
Kamptal
Variety:
Gruner Veltliner
Color:
White
Farming Practice:
Certified Biodynamic

Sizes Available

Full Bottle AT-OTT-05-18 6/750ml

Press & Reviews

Wine Advocate
Score
92+
Date
2020-04-01
Wine Enthusiast
Score
92
Date
2020-05-05
"Hay flowers and ripe pear notes create a summery expression on the nose. The palate is fluid and juicy but also has a pithy, slightly bitter edge that lends structure and mouthfeel. The finish has a lovely lemon note. "
James Suckling
Score
94
Date
2019-12-19
"This offers notes of fresh pears, apples and radishes with a deliciously sweet, floral note that winds around spicy aromas. The palate has a smooth build of such fresh and attractively delicious fruit and carries a sleek, supple run to the finish. Impressive. Drink now."

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