Bernhard Ott

Am Berg Grüner Veltliner

9.026 ratings
9.13 pro ratings
Wagram, Donauland, Niederösterreich, Austria
Grüner Veltliner
Top Notes For
Myles Shipman

Acidity - balanced. Lightness yet depth. Can imagine drinking this in summer with raw clams, and winter with a spicy pumpkin soup. Delicious

Acidity - balanced. Lightness yet depth. Can imagine drinking this in summer with raw clams, and winter with a spicy pumpkin soup. Delicious

Apr 7th, 2017
Timo Suni

Slightly too much sweetness.

Slightly too much sweetness.

Oct 26th, 2016
Peter Wassam

Has some weight but linear and precise. Citrusy, lemony zest, but a stony undercurrent. Great acidity. Really good ish.

Has some weight but linear and precise. Citrusy, lemony zest, but a stony undercurrent. Great acidity. Really good ish.

Oct 10th, 2016
Erik Nordman

Without a doubt the best Grüner I've had up to this point. Delightfully fleshy with a bit of weight yet so lean and precise, with such purity of fruit. Love when skilled winemakers can craft that juxtaposition with white wine. It's the same textural thing that I love about a lot of good Alsace Riesling. Lovely concentration of aromatics and flavor. Grapefruit and lemon pith, slightly underripe nectarine, and cantaloupe fruit character, underscored by white pepper, fresh sorrel, wet river stone, and fresh spring snap peas; all delivered with a veritable lightning beam of acidity. Incredible freshness. Would love to throw a couple of these in the wine fridge and forget about them for a few years and see how they develop.

Without a doubt the best Grüner I've had up to this point. Delightfully fleshy with a bit of weight yet so lean and precise, with such purity of fruit. Love when skilled winemakers can craft that juxtaposition with white wine. It's the same textural thing that I love about a lot of good Alsace Riesling. Lovely concentration of aromatics and flavor. Grapefruit and lemon pith, slightly underripe nectarine, and cantaloupe fruit character, underscored by white pepper, fresh sorrel, wet river stone, and fresh spring snap peas; all delivered with a veritable lightning beam of acidity. Incredible freshness. Would love to throw a couple of these in the wine fridge and forget about them for a few years and see how they develop.

Sep 3rd, 2016
Stephen Kane

Light and complex. Veltliner from Austria.

Light and complex. Veltliner from Austria.

Aug 6th, 2016
Raff

Corn silk clear. Smells like green almonds and a bit of cloves. Tastes of salt, lemon, rocks and bitter melon. Has a medium finish with the residual acid coming thy but nothing overpowering.

Corn silk clear. Smells like green almonds and a bit of cloves. Tastes of salt, lemon, rocks and bitter melon. Has a medium finish with the residual acid coming thy but nothing overpowering.

Jul 9th, 2016
Clare Marrero

Fell in love with Gruner Veltliner in Austria and this is the best bottle yet. Drank at Stiftskeller St. Peter in Salzburg.

Fell in love with Gruner Veltliner in Austria and this is the best bottle yet. Drank at Stiftskeller St. Peter in Salzburg.

Jun 5th, 2016
Kristoffer Roupé

Frisk å trevlig österrikare

Frisk å trevlig österrikare

Mar 4th, 2016
Bob Bath

Master Sommelier & Educator CIA Greystone

9.1

Bob had this 2 years ago

Bob had this 2 years ago

Oct 7th, 2017
Nick Davis

Nick had this 3 years ago

Nick had this 3 years ago

Sep 22nd, 2016