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Schloss Gobelsburg Kamptal (DAC) Grüner Veltliner - 750 Milliliters

$21.95 each

The classical expression of Austrian culture of wine – a perfect food companion for every day paired with an easy drinkability.

In order to be a representative of the whole Danube appellation KAMPTAL, vineyards and grapes from the lower part of the valley, as well as grapes from the upper and higher altitude part of valley are used. The grapes from the lower part bring the maturity, whereas grapes from the upper part of the valley brings us the freshness in this wine. The ‘classical’ KAMPTAL wine is low in Alcohol (11,5 – 12,5%) and has a pleasant but not obtrusive aroma and fruit character and therefore is a perfect food companion.

KAMPTAL Grüner Veltliner - For this wine, we use the grapes are from the
best sites around the Heiligenstein (Lamm, Grub and Renner). The Grüner
Veltliner is grown in young vineyards (under 20 years old) of the former
Steiner Allerheiligenstiftung, a religious foundation that dates back to

Tasting Note: Moss, crushed sage and yarrow play alonside green pear
in this fresh, vivid wine. The slender, crisp palate adds a note of salty
yeast and boosts the flavors with lemony freshness. This is
quintessential Grüner- gorgeous, selnder and refreshing.

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 regional appellations. The winery is member of the
association 'Österreichische Traditionsweingüter', which is working on a
vineyard classification project for the Danube area.