Though not from Kamptal, or even Austria, this Italian grown Müller-Thurgau shows the same sharpness and abundance of minerality. This older vintage is an absolute treat, as the age lets the fruit mature but keeps the acid high. Very cool.
Hint: Alto Adige—or Südtirol, as it is also known—does not seem Italian. The street names are primarily German, you are more likely to come across sausage and sauerkraut on a menu than tomatoes and basil, and your phone calls are more likely to be answered by an assertive “Hallo?” than a melodic “Pronto!”