Ried Grub

    Schloss Gobelsburg;

    Kamptal region, village & single vineyard wine;

    Vintage 2020

    Ried (single vineyard, cru) Grub is a basin between Ried Heiligenstein and Ried Gaisberg.

    • 0,75

      Litres
      Bottle size

    • 13,0

      %
      Vol. Alk

    28,00 incl. VST

    Out of stock

    Slightly higher and wind protected the site opens to the south. 20.000 years ago – during the last glacier period – mammoth and reindeer hunters used it as a settling place. The soil consists of pure loess as well as remains of bones from the Stone Age period.
    Vintage 2020
    JAMES SUCKLING: 93 points
    Tons of orange-zest, white-chocolate and fresh-herbs aromas pull you into this expressive gruner veltliner that marries richness and elegant acidity neatly. With more complexity at the finish this would rate even higher.

    JANCIS ROBINSON - Austrias Top Gruners: 17 points
    Aromas of summer lily, wet grass and apple peel. Plenty of spice on the refreshing palate, offset by ripe Williams pear and quince. Good balance, and well behaved with a mild, drying texture and a heady finish.(Paula Sidore)


    Vintage 2019
    JAMES SUCKLING: 93 points
    I love the interplay between the warm (ripe mirabelle) and cool (green bean) aromas in this classic Austrian high-end gruner veltliner. Good concentration and a bright, lively finish with some real complexity and tension.
    JANCIS ROBINSON: 17,5 points
    The spicy aroma is a little more intense here than on the Hirsch Ried Grub, perhaps a hint of (attractive) reduction? A smoky quality. Ripe and intense stone fruit with a citrus-driven tension through the middle. Great balance of intensity and freshness. Really persistent, leaving spice on the tip of your tongue. Tasted by Julia Harding MW 09/2020
    Product description
    Slightly higher and wind protected the site opens to the south. 20.000 years ago – during the last glacier period – mammoth and reindeer hunters used it as a settling place. The soil consists of pure loess as well as remains of bones from the Stone Age period.
    Awards & Tasting Notes
    Vintage 2020
    JAMES SUCKLING: 93 points
    Tons of orange-zest, white-chocolate and fresh-herbs aromas pull you into this expressive gruner veltliner that marries richness and elegant acidity neatly. With more complexity at the finish this would rate even higher.

    JANCIS ROBINSON - Austrias Top Gruners: 17 points
    Aromas of summer lily, wet grass and apple peel. Plenty of spice on the refreshing palate, offset by ripe Williams pear and quince. Good balance, and well behaved with a mild, drying texture and a heady finish.(Paula Sidore)


    Vintage 2019
    JAMES SUCKLING: 93 points
    I love the interplay between the warm (ripe mirabelle) and cool (green bean) aromas in this classic Austrian high-end gruner veltliner. Good concentration and a bright, lively finish with some real complexity and tension.
    JANCIS ROBINSON: 17,5 points
    The spicy aroma is a little more intense here than on the Hirsch Ried Grub, perhaps a hint of (attractive) reduction? A smoky quality. Ripe and intense stone fruit with a citrus-driven tension through the middle. Great balance of intensity and freshness. Really persistent, leaving spice on the tip of your tongue. Tasted by Julia Harding MW 09/2020

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