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  1. Grüner Veltliner 'Am Berg'I Bernhard Ott

    Vinous: 'Honeydew, fennel and lily-of-the-valley on the nose are joined by crunchy evocations of cucumber and cress on a bright yet subtly creamy palate that features positively invigorating phenolic cut as well as alluring inner-mouth perfume. Ore-like, stony intrigue lies beneath the surface of a buoyant, consummately refreshing finish. And this harmonious ripeness was ready for picking in mid-September, for a finished alcohol level of only 11.8 percent. Ott continues to purchase some fruit for this bottling from parcels whose organic farming and eventual harvest he oversees, though his goal for the near future is to rely only on vines he owns or rents.' Lees verder
    € 12,95
    Oogstjaar: 2016
  2. Grüner Veltliner 'Ried Spiegel' I Bernhard Ott

    Vinous: 'From vineyards split roughly 60-40 between loess and gravel, and whose location high on the Hengstberg captures cool air flows from its wooded crest, this combines glycerol-richness and an expansive sense of fullness with cut, refreshment and underlying stoniness. Honeydew melon mingles with rhubarb, scented by cinnamon basil, and the long, mouthwatering finish displays a fascinating mollusk-like meld of nuttiness, salinity and deep sweetness.' Lees verder
    € 36,50
    Oogstjaar: 2016
  3. Grüner Veltliner 'Ried Stein'I Bernhard Ott

    Vinous: 'Lusciously ripe honeydew melon and pear cavort with snap pea and cucumber in an alluring aromatic display headily capped by lilac, and reunite for a midpalate performance at once sensuously, soothingly creamy and rich, yet not without stimulating crunch. An infectiously juicy and (despite 13.9 percent alcohol) remarkably buoyant finish is transparent to crystalline stony impingements and augmented by deep, mouthwateringly carnal savor. Well under half of his fruit from these terraced old vines at the eastern edge of the Kamptal – which was the epicenter of May 2015’s hail – went into this bottling. (The rest informed “Der Ott”).”Der Stein ist fein,” Ott remarked with a grin. You can say that again!' Lees verder
    € 36,50

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    Oogstjaar: 2016
  4. Grüner Veltliner Smaragd, Ried Loibenberg I Weingut Knoll

    The Wine Advocate: 'From the lower part of the cru, the 2015 Loibner Grüner Veltliner Ried Loibenberg Smaragd offers a well-defined, flinty and elegant bouquet of ripe white fruit aromas. Full-bodied, intense and mineral, this is an elegant and firmly structured wine that is fresher and more pure than the Loibenberg Riesling. A stunning GV that is pretty coolish and finesse-full, not just for the vintage but also the vineyard.' Lees verder
    € 39,50
    Oogstjaar: 2015
  5. Riesling Smaragd, Loibner Oberhauser I F.X. Pichler

    Vinous (over de 2013): "Site-typical pit-tinged apricot in the nose is joined by scents of honeysuckle and high-toned nut extracts. The silky palate offers a luscious evocation of apricot fruit laced with brightly fresh lime, an impression of great purity carrying into the impressively penetrating and exhilaratingly refreshing finish, in which the sheer abundance of fruit is more than up to the counterpoint of pit piquancy and liquid floral notes perfectly complement a sense of wafting buoyancy." Lees verder
    € 43,50
    Oogstjaar: 2014
  6. Riesling Smaragd Kellerberg I F.X. Pichler

    Vinous: "Succulent white peach and Persian melon are tinged more subtly than usual for this bottling with Madagascar and Szechuan peppercorns, black tea and crushed stone. There is hauntingly bittersweet floral perfume wafting through this entire performance, almost as though some Achleiten or Heiligenstein got loose in the fermenter. A high-toned suggestion of almond extract adds to the sweet impression of fruitiness (despite analytical dryness); and a mandarin orange note adds aromatic as well as brightly juicy allure in perfect harmony with a seductively creamy texture. Piquancy of peach kernel lends stimulating counterpoint and engenders a glowingly persistent finish. The combination of pit fruit, citrus and floral aromatics with complex peppery notes left in the empty glass is head-turning. This is as refined a Kellerberg Riesling as it has been my pleasure to experience. What’s more, it represents the first time I can recall using the word “buoyant” to describe one--and that for a wine picked in the last week of November!" Lees verder
    € 75,00
    Oogstjaar: 2013
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