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The Society's Exhibition Kamptal Grüner Veltliner 2023

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Elegant but generous, this Austrian grüner shows an alluring hint of sweet smokiness on the nose, with yellow fruit and juicy citrus aromas. The palate is fresh, with a delicate opulence, a core of peach and lime zest and a mouth-watering twist of pepper and ginger spice on the finish. This comes from Willi Brundlmayer's terraced Kamptal vineyards and is particularly special thanks to the excellent conditions in the 2023 vintage. Willi is a kind, gentle man, a legendary figure in Austrian wine, and he has been behind our Exhibition Grüner Veltliner for around a decade now and the quality has been consistently excellent, as one would expect from such an esteemed winery.
Price: £14.95 Bottle
Original price: £179.00 Sale price: £155.00 Case of 12
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Code: AA4631

Wine characteristics

  • White Wine
  • 2 - Dry
  • Gruner Veltliner
  • 75cl
  • Now to 2029
  • 12.5% Alcohol
  • no oak influence
  • Screwcap

Weingut Bründlmayer

The Bründlmayer family name has become synonymous with reliable, top-quality Austrian winemaking, quite simply making some of the very best wines the country has to offer. At the turn of the millennium, Decanter magazine cited winemaker Willi Bründlmayer among the 50 most likely people to change the face of the world of wine in the coming decades, demonstrating the esteem in which he is held at home and abroad in wine circles.

The treasured Bründlmayer vineyards are situated in Langenlois, in the Kamptal region to the north west of Vienna, where the mostly terraced vines run along the edge of the Danube. The soils vary greatly in type from sandstone-rich to marine clay with different varieties planted accordingly. All vineyards are tended on ecologically sound lines with no herbicides of any kind used and great importance is placed on training the vines according to vineyard site, for example just over ground level to ensure that the grapes benefit from soil heat after the sun has set, assisting the ripening of the fruit.

White varieties dominate here with grüner veltliner and riesling the most planted. There is also chardonnay and pinot blanc, and some red grapes including cabernets and pinot noir.

The range of wines here is extensive and The Society generally lists one or two, particularly those more suitable for immediate drinking. Our Exhibition label Grüner Veltliner also hails from Bründlmayer and is produced from a number of different terraced vineyards which...
The Bründlmayer family name has become synonymous with reliable, top-quality Austrian winemaking, quite simply making some of the very best wines the country has to offer. At the turn of the millennium, Decanter magazine cited winemaker Willi Bründlmayer among the 50 most likely people to change the face of the world of wine in the coming decades, demonstrating the esteem in which he is held at home and abroad in wine circles.

The treasured Bründlmayer vineyards are situated in Langenlois, in the Kamptal region to the north west of Vienna, where the mostly terraced vines run along the edge of the Danube. The soils vary greatly in type from sandstone-rich to marine clay with different varieties planted accordingly. All vineyards are tended on ecologically sound lines with no herbicides of any kind used and great importance is placed on training the vines according to vineyard site, for example just over ground level to ensure that the grapes benefit from soil heat after the sun has set, assisting the ripening of the fruit.

White varieties dominate here with grüner veltliner and riesling the most planted. There is also chardonnay and pinot blanc, and some red grapes including cabernets and pinot noir.

The range of wines here is extensive and The Society generally lists one or two, particularly those more suitable for immediate drinking. Our Exhibition label Grüner Veltliner also hails from Bründlmayer and is produced from a number of different terraced vineyards which contribute different properties. The result is a wine that is approachable when young but has the balance to mature for a few years in bottle and is hugely adaptable with food.
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