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Funky, yeasty reduction still clings to the nose, obscuring fruit for now, but also sending a promise for the future. More air allows salty yeastiness to peek through. The palate then dives into zesty citrus freshness accented by sprinkles of pepper and crushed fennel seed. The depth and intensity is astonishing and citrus lingers long on the finish.Wine Enthusiast | 96 WEA wine of dramatic contrasts with so much stony character, but also considerable richness, including a hint of butter-cream from malolactic fermentation. If you like that tension then all is cool, but for us the wine has so much to give, but is pulling in multiple directions simultaneously. The rather tannic finish is a bit one-sided. From organically grown grapes. Drink or hold.James Suckling | 92 JS
No written review provided | 97 W&SFresh yeast still plays uppermost in the aromatic register of this spicy wine. The palate, enhanced by slight spritz, then speaks of white pepper, crushed sage, lemon freshness and a subtle but insistent yeast. This is gorgeous, slender, savory and utterly moreish. Drink by 2040.Wine Enthusiast | 96 WEAlways the first 1er cru that is ready to be bottled (in July), the 2019 Kammern Ried Renner 1ÖTW displays a radiant lemon-yellow color and opens with a beautifully clear, bright, intense and elegant, remarkably refined and distinctive bouquet of broom blossoms intertwined with flinty lemon aromas of crushed stones. Everything is perfectly intermingled and gives that distinctive, elegant and refined, dense and calm style. The attack on the palate is vibrantly fresh and still nervous (vinified in an old five-hectoliter oak vat), but the wine develops a dense, complex, finely salty and structured mid-palate with a long, intense and persistent finish that reveals fine tannins and characteristic salinity. This is an impressive Renner. 13.5% alcohol. Tasted at Schloss Gobelsburg in June 2021.Robert Parker Wine Advocate | 95 RPI love the precise balance of this rich and complex (also texturally) gruner veltliner, which glides over the palate, until you reach the tannins at the finish. Lovely white-fruit and delicate-spice aromas. Excellent aging potential. Drink or hold.James Suckling | 94 JSThe Erste Lage ‘Renner’ is located at the bottom of a smooth hill, featuring loess and loam soil with washed down minerals. Fermented with natural yeast and aged in used oak, the ‘premier cru’ Grüner has a nose of candied orange peel, yellow apple and apricot. Oily-textured with mineral smokiness on the palate, with concentrated lime, apricot and green apple flavours, spiced by the classic white pepper notes. The finish is warm and honeyed. Drinking Window 2021 - 2025.Decanter | 93 DEC
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