Ried LAMM

    Schloss Gobelsburg;

    Kamptal region, village & single vineyard wine;

    Vintage 2020

    Ried (single vineyard, cru) Lamm is situated on the southeast slope of the Heiligenstein. Erosion material from Ried Heiligenstein (perm, red siltstone) and a high proportion of clay can be found at this site.

    • 13,0 %

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      Vol. Alk

    36,00 incl. VST

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    The vineyard is south-facing and very well exposed. This helps develop the grapes that, after maturation in traditional double-foudre casks from local forest of Manhartsberg, result in a wine with power and elegance.
    Vintage 2020
    JAMES SUCKLING - Weekly Report: 94 points
    Deep nose of ripe mirabelle with just a whiff of white pepper. Less expansive on the palate than the bouquet suggests, but everything fits together so beautifully. Long, refined finish with a ton of candied-citrus character. Drink or hold.
    JANCIS ROBINSON - Austrias Top Gruners: 17 points
    Dark and spicy with ripe yellow-fruit aromas, and a green, herbal undercurrent. Driven, creamy palate marked with apple and quince; more spice. A playful, persistent and welcome acidity cuts through the concentrated opulence to carry it into an elegant, lingering finish.(Paula Sidore)


    Vintage 2019
    ROBERT PARKER - The Wine Advocate: 96 points
    The intensely yellow-colored 2019 Kammern Ried Lamm 1ÖTW was vinified in new 50-hectoliter oak vats and aged on the fine lees for 18 months. The nose is clearly influenced by its crystalline subsoils and delivers a coolish-mineral, flinty tone next to the perfectly ripe, elegant and finely concentrated white fruit that is discreet and refined like green tea. On the palate, this is a rich, piquant, very elegant, highly refined and persistently salty Veltliner that develops an enormously long and complex, finely tannic and sustainably structured finish. This is a great, very promising wine that assembles everything in the starting block to go a long distance. 13.5% alcohol. Tasted at Schloss Gobelsburg in June 2021.
    JAMES SUCKLING - Austrian Report Vintage 2019: 96 points
    It’s not often that a young Austrian gruner veltliner reminds you of Burgundy, though mature examples often do. The ripe-mirabelle, candied-pineapple and dried-herb aromas are married to a palate that’s rich and creamy. But beneath the waterline this is also a highly structured wine. Rather imposing finish, suggesting excellent aging potential.
    Product description
    The vineyard is south-facing and very well exposed. This helps develop the grapes that, after maturation in traditional double-foudre casks from local forest of Manhartsberg, result in a wine with power and elegance.
    Awards & Tasting Notes
    Vintage 2020
    JAMES SUCKLING - Weekly Report: 94 points
    Deep nose of ripe mirabelle with just a whiff of white pepper. Less expansive on the palate than the bouquet suggests, but everything fits together so beautifully. Long, refined finish with a ton of candied-citrus character. Drink or hold.
    JANCIS ROBINSON - Austrias Top Gruners: 17 points
    Dark and spicy with ripe yellow-fruit aromas, and a green, herbal undercurrent. Driven, creamy palate marked with apple and quince; more spice. A playful, persistent and welcome acidity cuts through the concentrated opulence to carry it into an elegant, lingering finish.(Paula Sidore)


    Vintage 2019
    ROBERT PARKER - The Wine Advocate: 96 points
    The intensely yellow-colored 2019 Kammern Ried Lamm 1ÖTW was vinified in new 50-hectoliter oak vats and aged on the fine lees for 18 months. The nose is clearly influenced by its crystalline subsoils and delivers a coolish-mineral, flinty tone next to the perfectly ripe, elegant and finely concentrated white fruit that is discreet and refined like green tea. On the palate, this is a rich, piquant, very elegant, highly refined and persistently salty Veltliner that develops an enormously long and complex, finely tannic and sustainably structured finish. This is a great, very promising wine that assembles everything in the starting block to go a long distance. 13.5% alcohol. Tasted at Schloss Gobelsburg in June 2021.
    JAMES SUCKLING - Austrian Report Vintage 2019: 96 points
    It’s not often that a young Austrian gruner veltliner reminds you of Burgundy, though mature examples often do. The ripe-mirabelle, candied-pineapple and dried-herb aromas are married to a palate that’s rich and creamy. But beneath the waterline this is also a highly structured wine. Rather imposing finish, suggesting excellent aging potential.

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