2015 Allram "Strassertaler" Grüner Veltliner Kamptal

SKU #1254122 Vinous

 This constitutes the entry-level Kamptal wine chez Allram, and a delicious one it is for the price. (There is another inexpensive Grüner Veltliner from the family’s holdings in the adjacent Wagram, but I did not have a chance to taste its 2015 instantiation.) Here we have infectious juiciness and the crunch of fresh apple and cucumber on a polished and (even at 12.4 percent alcohol) quite buoyant palate, picking up incisive cress-like, peppery and chalky impingements en route to a rousing and consummately refreshing finish. (DS)  (2/2017)

K&L Notes

From some of the top sites in the Kamptal. Michaela Haas is the fourth generation of this family to run the 23-hectare domaine. Fermented and aged in stainless steel and bottled with a screw cap, this fresh, light, and snappy wine will be MVP at your next picnic.

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