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The Kaferberg region is a sheltered warmer site in the Kamptal region. The abundant aromatics range from pineapple, apple jelly to tangerine and classic Gruner dried herb and white pepper. Let it sit in your glass to allow the aromatics of gingerbread and lemon verbena to evolve.

A Swiss army knife for sommeliers, pair this wine with complex dishes with difficult ingredients like asparagus or wasabi.

The modern and minimalistic winery built by Fred Loimer in 2000 turned heads of the locals. The black cube building built over 150 year old hand dug caves is a portrait of Fred's concept of sustainability. All of Loimer's wines are made naturally through spontaneous fermentation with out unnecessary chemical additions.


A region often overlooked by consumers but a Swiss Army Knife for Sommeliers. Austria's two great varietals are Rielsing and Gruner Veltliner. Typically produced in a bone dry style with great structure and minerality. These wines can be used like finishing salt for the most complex and difficult to pair dishes.

The ancient steep terraced vineyards of the Wachau region, overlooking the Danube river are a trademark of the region. The environmental influence from the Danube and the natural scale of the vineyards provide a landscape impossible to be duplicated by other regions.

Loimer 2019 Reid Kaferberg Gruner Veltliner

SKU: 870382
Regular price $71.95
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COUNTRY: Austria

REGION: Kamptal

VARIETAL: Gruner Veltliner

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FORMAT: 750 ML

The Kaferberg region is a sheltered warmer site in the Kamptal region. The abundant aromatics range from pineapple, apple jelly to tangerine and classic Gruner dried herb and white pepper. Let it sit in your glass to allow the aromatics of gingerbread and lemon verbena to evolve.

A Swiss army knife for sommeliers, pair this wine with complex dishes with difficult ingredients like asparagus or wasabi.

The modern and minimalistic winery built by Fred Loimer in 2000 turned heads of the locals. The black cube building built over 150 year old hand dug caves is a portrait of Fred's concept of sustainability. All of Loimer's wines are made naturally through spontaneous fermentation with out unnecessary chemical additions.


A region often overlooked by consumers but a Swiss Army Knife for Sommeliers. Austria's two great varietals are Rielsing and Gruner Veltliner. Typically produced in a bone dry style with great structure and minerality. These wines can be used like finishing salt for the most complex and difficult to pair dishes.

The ancient steep terraced vineyards of the Wachau region, overlooking the Danube river are a trademark of the region. The environmental influence from the Danube and the natural scale of the vineyards provide a landscape impossible to be duplicated by other regions.