The Kamptal, named for the Kamp River, has a fasinating history of gruner veltliner and riesling production. The Kamptal Reserves became official in the 2008 vintage and are rich and dry versions of the wines. They can be stunning, as in this Arndorfer grüner veltliner. It's interesting to watch this 'Reserve' idea play out in practice. The Reserves can be grüner veltliner or riesling, they have certain alcohol requirements (minimum 13% for dryness), and they must be expressive of their single vineyard sites.
Martin and Anna are a young, vibrant couple, full of energy. They both grew up around Austrian vineyards and their parents' wineries.
Aromas of orange, mandarin, and grapefruit. This is a buoyant, happy wine that can speak on many different levels.