Riesling package
These wines express the potential of a Ried (single vineyard), privileged by its terroir. The most outstanding vineyard sites are classified as 1.ÖTW Erste Lage (Premier Cru). This collection contains the following items (0,75 lt.):

1 x Riesling Ried Steinhaus 2018
1 x Riesling Ried Kogelberg 1.ÖTW 2018
1 x Riesling Ried Gaisberg 1.ÖTW 2018

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About this package
→ Ried STEINHAUS
Steinhaus, literally Stonehouse, is the steepest vineyard in Langenlois. It probably takes its name from the ancient stone shelters, whose remains can be found scattered in the vineyards. The barren slope is characterized by small terraces, which were partly carved into the crystalline rock centuries ago. The vines have to dig deep to find access to water. They grow on a rocky soil formed of gneiss and amphibolite, traversed by quartz. The location produces a unique, elegantly fruity type of Riesling that expresses a very cool minerality.

→ Ried GAISBERG 1.ÖTW
With its milder microclimate, the exposed Gaisberg is one of the historically most important Riesling vineyards in the Kamptal. A vast variety of metamorphic and crystalline rocks form its soils. On two terraces, our vines dig their roots into Paragneiss. Occasionally there are islands of granite and marble, with shallow covers of loess at the foot of the hill. The concentrated Rieslings of this slope are characterized by their expressive fruit and warm minerality.

→ Ried KOGELBERG 1.ÖTW
Kogelberg forms the northernmost tip of Kamptals 'Erste Lage' vineyards. It lies north of the village of Zöbing, where the narrow valley situation opens up towards the Langenlois basin. At this point we find a more pronounced climatic influence of the high Waldviertel plateau, as cooling air currents push in at dusk. This creates exciting microclimatic conditions. The vines grow on bronze-colored mica schist, a crystalline rock formation. It is a particularly cool-fruited and dark-mineral character that marks the Riesling wines of this slope.