Brundlmayer Gruner Veltliner Alte Reben Kamptal 2013

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Grüner Veltliner
Austria : Kamptal
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90+ Ratings
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  • Wine Enthusiast

    Anne Krebiehl
    March 1, 2015
    94 Creamy, rounded freshness with an immensely savory core of sage, arugula and white pepper make for an understated but seriously delicious white. There is weight and importance here, but it is lightly worn. The spicy, almost salty flavors keep you wanting more.
  • Wine Advocate

    Stephan Reinhardt
    April 2016
    93 Sourced in several top sites and from vines averaging 45 years of age, the barrel fermented 2013 Grüner Veltliner Alte Reben Kamptal Reserve is a full-bodied, round and elegant wine that has been raised in in large wooden casks for one year. On the palate it reveals a mouth-filling ripe and juicy fruit, and a surprising crystalline, fat-cutting acidity and persistent mineral tension. Pretty complex and still very young, but also very promising. Burgundian style.
  • International Wine Cellar

    David Schildknecht
    November 2015
    92 Quite broad and caressing on the palate yet at the same time generously juicy with honeydew melon, tangy apple and rhubarb, this wine mingles pungent, nutmeg-tinged green herbs with savory, sweetly-smoky blond tobacco, finishing long on saliva-inducing salinity, subtly peppery bite, ore-like mineral depth, and a winsome sense of extract sweetness. Having been picked later than Bründlmayer’s Berg Vogelsang or Loiserberg Grüner Veltliner, not to mention those vineyards that informed his Erste Lage bottlings, this was quite correctly judged unlikely to benefit from any malolactic transformation.