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Two Takes on Ott's 2017 "Am Berg" Grüner Veltliner

This is not the first time I've shared my love of GrünerVeltliner, and it certainly won't be the last. Luckily I'm not alone in the Grüner Fan Club™. My friend Adrian Prieto of @wino_dino_ fame shares an appreciation for this yellowish-green grape, too. He's joining me in reviewing this bottle because if there's anyone who loves Grüner more than me, it's him. In fact, I just decided he's the President of our new club. (Congrats, Adrian!)

By the end of this post, we hope that Weingut Bernhard Ott's 2017 "Am Berg" Grüner Veltliner inspires you to be a card-carrying member of Grüner Fan Club™, too.


Need a primer on Grüner? Check out Wine Folly.Five Things to Know About Weingut Ott and "Am Berg" Grüner Veltliner Before we jump into our notes, let's talk a little bit about the wine, where it came from, and who made it.
The Ott family has been making wine in Wagram in Lower Austria since 1889.They hand harvest their organic, biodynamic g…

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