Grüner Veltliner 'Ried Renner' 2015, Schloss GobelsburgKamptal, Austria
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Grüner Veltliner 'Ried Renner' 2015, Schloss Gobelsburg Kamptal, Austria
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Treat your tastebuds to something truly unique. Ripe tropical fruit and juicy apple are enhanced by an almost honeyed edge. The balanced freshness is what is so extraordinary as it composes the wine and allows the subtle peppery notes to sneak through. Masterful!
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About this wine
Goes well with
Pecorino and asparagus risotto
Michael Moosbrugger began his work at Gobelsburg in the late 90s and has a clear winemaking philosophy which is to eschew technology and the quest for uniformity in the wines, in favour of old fashioned methods which they believe produce wines of character, integrity and individuality. That is not to say that they do not innovate but that the practices employed have a sense of place and tradition. For example, instead of pumping the wines around the cellar which some feel ‘dulls’ the wines, they are transported in barrels on wheels. Even the barrels are made of local timber instead of the usual French or American oak.