Every wine producing village is unique in terms of location, geology and wine culture. The Ortswein (Village Wine) tradition is centuries old and reflects this geological, microclimatic and cultural spectrum. The historic town of Langenlois is not only the center of the Kamptal appellation, it is also our center of life. Our Veltliner vines predominantly grow on limy, partly clayey, loess and loam soils, which cover an area stretching from the southeast of Langenlois to the higher elevated western plateau. This elegant Veltliner, bottled after over 6 months of aging on the lees, is characterized by pithy fruit and spicy minerality, which unmistakably reflect its origin and the character of the people who live here.
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Selective harvest by hand throughout mid-September. Destemmed and crushed. Without sulphurisation of the juice. Gently pressed off with low pressure. Fermented in stainless-steel, with local Kamptal yeast. Partial spontaneous malolactic fermentation. Matured for several months on the lees. Bottled at high atmospheric pressure during the waxing moon in March 2020.
Red apples and sage in the entrée, some lemongrass, yellow fruits, fresh nut leafes, fine Veltliner-spice, clayey minerality, a bit of yeast; juicy and gripping on the palate, clear apple fruit, elegant texture, a cool hint of citrus, again the clayey minerality, some wild herbs, oregano, silky-mineral finish.