Weingut Bründlmayer Kamptaler Terrassen (Austria): the balance that only the Grüner Veltliner acquires in Kamptal

Kamptal wine-region is located between Vienna, the Kamp river and the austrian mountains. This vineyard surrounds the village of Langenlois and fills the hills, which affects the quality of its wines. Grüner Veltliner is the undisputed king, and the queen the Riesling, but this time the GV is the monocépage left from the Weingut Bründlmayer cellar terraces.

2015 vintage: Pale yellow color, very bright with greenish reflections and small bubbles. A complex nose: citrus, herbaceous first. After notes of grapefruit, young apricot and freshly cutted grass. Wide entry in mouth, with a freshness present with notes of citrus, white fruit of bone that puts the roundness. Long finish with a pleasant bitterness that brings persistence. 17 €.

The vineyard of Lower Austria is not the only one in this wine country. If you continue to the southeast do not forget to visit wine-growing areas such as Burgenland, Vienna or Styrie. When qualifying quality, both Austria and Germany take into account the amount of residual sugars. A trocken is not the same as an Auslese or a Spatlese ... the top wine is the famous TBA but the great ice wine is a must for the wine-lovers.

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