Grüner Veltliner "Am Berg", Bernhard Ott
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Grüner Veltliner "Am Berg", Bernhard Ott - 2022

Item # 50418 750mL

From the Wagram area of Niederosterreich. The Ott family has been in the region producing wine since the late 1800s. From younger vines planted in loess soils. After hand harvest, the grapes were pressed and fermented in tank.

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Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard. Certified in the country of origin.

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Berhard Ott is a 4th generation winemaker who took over his family winery in 1993. Since then he's converted vineyard management to biodynamics. He may be Wagram's king of compost. He presses his Gruner with whole clusters, giving the wine more texture. The Am Berg is his impressive entry Gruner. It shows layers of aromas and flavors. You'll find a melange of lemon-lime citrus, white flowers, poached pears, and straw. It's supported by fresh and zesty acidity and finishes with a saline touch. An ideal pairing for pan fried fish like skate.

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