This wine brings out a lot of fruity charm. Delicate chestnut and burnt almonds on the nose, straightforward style, flowery notes; slender, but persistent, beautiful contours, some white bread and orange zest. Kamptal Grüner is pretty powerful and well-structured with a nice minerality in the finish.

FOOD PAIRING: Winemakers like to tell you that their wines go with everything but in the case of Grüner Veltliner, Austria’s best known white wine, it’s true. This crisp, fresh young style that typifies Grüner Veltliner is a great choice in Asian or Asian-fusion restaurants especially with the traditional Japanese food, as well as with Thai and Vietnamese food.
Grape: Grüner Veltliner Alcohol: 12,5% Acidity: 5,3 g/L  Sugar: 3 g/L 
Soil: Tertiary Gravel, Loess Maturation: Stainless steel Bottling: January

ORIGIN: WA GRÜNER VELTLINER carrying the “Domaene Gobelsburg” are representing the character of the Danube area Kamptal with its natural terraces and smooth hills. Here are all the essential characteristics, geology and climate zones of the landscape are united. The climate influence by the rivers Danube and Kamp as well as the cool winds from the area of Waldviertel produce fruity and spicy wines. With a pleasant “Pfefferl”, or peperiness, this wine is light, dry and very approachable. So delicious and easy to drink.

Schloss Gobelsburg, a Cistercian monastic estate, is one of the oldest wineries in the Austrian Danube area with a documented history that dates back to 1171. All the
vineyards are located on slopes and terraces around the valley of the river Kamp near the town of Langenlois and the village of Gobelsburg. Schloss Gobelsburg specialises in
Grüner Veltliner and Riesling and produces authentic and noble wines from different single vineyard, village and region al appellations. Kamptal gets its name from the river Kamp, that flows directly through it, and is also home to Austria's largest wine-producing town, Langenlois. With a vineyard area of 3,907 hectares, Kamptal is one of the most successful wine regions in Austria, and boasts a high proportion of outstanding, quality wine producers. The classic wines from this region must pass the test from the regional boards tasting committee and must be fruit-driven, gentle spice, no botrytis or no oak notes.​

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