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Bernhard Ott, "Der Ott" Feuersbrunn, Gruner Veltliner, 2018

White Wine from Other Austria, Austria

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Bernhard pioneered organic and biodynamic winemaking in Austria after a trip to the Domaine Romanee Conti in Burgundy, where Aubert de Villaine was making the world’s greatest wines with biodynamics.

Upon his return to Austria he and fellow winemakers Johannes Hirsch and Fred Loimer established respekt-BIODYN, a community oriented group of biodynamic farmers committed to helping each other and the earth through biodynamics.

He even goes as far to make his own compost, a task most growers avoid, but which makes Bernhard giddy as a school boy when showing off his tarp covered piles. Composting may sound like a bunch of shit to some, but his heaping use of the stuff has enabled enough water retention that he doesn’t need to irrigate, even in these record breaking hot recent vintages.

Even though he’s been in charge of his 5th generation estate since 1993 (at the age of 21), he has never stopped experimenting, whether with vessels, stem and skin contact, farming techniques or different grapes. His ultimate goal has always been to prove that his single vineyards: Rosenberg and Spiegel were capable of producing world class, long lived wines.

Grüner Veltliner soars to new heights in his capable hands and even his first three tiers Am Berg, Fass 4 and Der Ott are some of the best values in Austria.

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"Ripe notes of yellow Mirabelle plum have a spicy edge of fennel seed. On the concentrated, juicy palate, that fruit is wrapped in a rich, yeasty, salty texture that tingles with intensity. This is juicy, fruity, savory and totally appetizing." -Anne Krebiehl Mw

What importer Skurnik Wines has to say about this wine...

Vineyard: Stein, Spiegel, & Rosenberg
Soil: Gföhler gneiss at the bottom, red sands, white sands, a layer of chalk and loess on top.
Production: Short maceration on the press, fermented in a combination of large oak (2400-6000L) and stainless steel. Left on the lees until bottling in the late Summer.
Farming: Respekt certified biodyamic


  • Grape Variety

    Gruner Veltliner

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  • Body

    Light Bodied

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