A rich, dry wine made from Austria’s best grape Grüner Veltliner. Shows citrus aromas and earthy, spicy undertones. Great with pork, fish and also can work with vegetables like asparagus and artichoke that are tricky to pair.
Grüner Veltliner is Austria’s national grape variety which produces medium-bodied mineral wines that have earthy, spicy notes.
The Arndorfer family handcraft their wines with minimum intervention in the cellar – natural but not scary! The soil is at the heart of what they do, farming organically, biodynamically with great attention to detail. Wine making is raw and minimal with very little or no sulphur and no fining or filtration.
Kamptal is a small wine district located 55 kilometers (35 miles) northwest of Vienna. Steep, sunbaked, sparsely soiled terraced vineyards overlook the river Kamp. They produce some of the world’s finest white wines: rich, spicy Grüner Veltliner and flinty Riesling.
With good acidity, restrained fruit and its savoury palate Grüner Veltliner is a particularly versatile food wine which works with fish, pork, poultry and can even work with spicy Indian and sweet and sour Chinese dishes.