Soil: calcareous, deep loamy loess soil
Hand picked grapes from organic farming
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Grüner Veltliner 2021
Kamptal DAC Erste Lage
Calcareous loess characterises the topsoil in our Kammern Lamm vineyard, before the vine roots meet reddish perm rock after a few metres. The hand-picked grapes have been turned into wine with great diligence and matured in our 700-year-old natural wine cellar. Every year, the Lamm vineyard inspires with its extraordinary and particularly expressive Grüner Veltliner wines. On the palate, this wine shows a full body and depth with ripe pome fruit aromas, multi-layered. It is elegant with juiciness and fine minerally notes in the finish - a Veltliner with a lot of ageing potential.
Southeast of the Heiligenstein vineyard is the Ried Lamm. The deep loess-loam formation is interspersed with volcanic rock with a distinctive silt component. Grüner Veltliner finds ideal conditions on these deep, south-facing loess-loam terraces, to produce a particularly complex and expressive wine.