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The Kaferberg, “beetle hill,” vineyard sits in a high spot above Steinmassel. The land has alternating layers of various soil types; heavy loam often meets light sand as well as some gravel. ...
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Spiegel, meaning “mirror,” are typically hilltop sites in Austria and were lookout posts for attack. This Spiegel is pure loess soil giving a straightforward Gruner Veltliner that is “easier ...
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Spiegel, meaning “mirror,” are typically hilltop sites in Austria and were lookout posts for attack. This Spiegel is pure loess soil giving a straightforward Gruner Veltliner that is “easier ...
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The rules for Kamptal DAC state that Gruner Veltliner must be produced in a fresh style without botrytis or wood. Fred places this wine in his “klassik” range and is intended to be a transparent ...
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Spiegel, meaning “mirror,” are typically hilltop sites in Austria and were lookout posts for attack. This Spiegel is pure loess soil giving a straightforward Gruner Veltliner that is “easier ...
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Fred Loimer’s best known wine is Gruner Veltliner Lois (rhymes with “choice”), the local name for Langenlois, Kamptal’s main village. The wine is produced from contracted growers, ...
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Spiegel, meaning “mirror,” are typically hilltop sites in Austria and were lookout posts for attack. This Spiegel is pure loess soil giving a straightforward Gruner Veltliner that is “easier ...
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The Kaferberg, “beetle hill,” vineyard sits in a high spot above Steinmassel. The land has alternating layers of various soil types; heavy loam often meets light sand as well as some gravel. ...
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