Tasting Notes: Grüner Veltliner and Scheurebe undergo semi-carbonic maceration for a week, after which they are pressed to age in used oak and acacia barrels. The wine perfectly combines Grüner Veltliner's spicy restraint and Scheurebe's lush aromaticity. Tropical fruit, lemons and herbs on the nose and a juicy palate with a good, mineral structure.
Tasting Notes: Aged for half a year in various wooden barrels and bottled unfiltered and unsulfured. On the nose aromas of overripe melon, some quince and meadow herbs, ripe yellow fruit with a cool touch in the background, lots of sage and some eucalyptus, great complexity. On the palate with a charming and juicy start, soft and again with yellow fruit, pineapple, yellow peach and ripe pear. A very harmonious and charming chalky gravel, even natural wine beginners need not be afraid.
Tasting Notes: A pink wine of great freshness and elegance, made from grapes growing in a 40-year old vineyard co-planted with Pinot Noir and Blaufränkisch. Strawberries and herbs on the nose, a refreshing acidity, tartness and great balance on the palate.
Tasting Notes: In the nose, it shows aromas of apple cider, pineapple and white flowers, with a touch of wet stone in the background. The palate is intense and fresh with a savory minerality and lots of depth.
Tasting Notes: This is a cloudy, aromatic white blend from Austrian wunderkind Matthias Warnung. Spontaneous fermentation, unfiltered, and minimal sulphur addition. It's fresh, but grounded by some of the grapes spending two weeks on skins. This white feels slightly reminiscent of sake, with a hint of saltiness and the usual white fruit and floral notes from the Grüner.
Tasting Notes: Rosé; fine and persistent froth. The nose is expressed with hints of apricot, raspberry and apple and notes of pastry and yeast. On the palate it is crisp, pleasingly sapid and well balanced.
Producer: Heinrich Grape: Neuburger Color: White Sparkling: - Vintage: 2017 Country: Austria Region: Burgenland Subregion: Neusiedl am See Alcohol: 12% Aging in wood: Yes Soil: clayey, sandy, calcareous Added S02: No
Tasting Notes: Hazy golden yellow color. Aromas of apricot yoghurt, chalk and pears, with some cardamom and herbs in the background. Smooth and juicy on the palate, with a pleasant creaminess and a refreshing acidity.
Tasting Notes: Deep dark ruby garnet, opaque core, violet reflections. In the nose ripe blackberries, hints of plums and elderberries, delicate floral nuances, subtle tobacco notes. On the palate juicy and elegant, fruity sweetness, fine tannin, already seems accessible, fine nougat on the finish.
Tasting Notes: One year of skin contact has granted the wine an earthy, edgy, complex structure. Super herbal and a strong vermut aroma, yellow apple and a nice long finish. It’s definitely a crazy one!
Tasting Notes: Over 13 different grape varieties that grow together. The grapes are harvested and vinified together. Almost forgotten grape varieties such as Furmint and Heunisch come to life in this wine. The different degrees of ripeness of the grape material make this wine so diverse. While with "aromatic grape varieties" such as Muscat or Riesling, precision is sought, this is not the goal with this wine: you will find Golden Delicious apple notes, quince, a certain hay aroma in addition to floral notes (which probably originate in Furmint). This exciting wine is carried by a harmonious acidity and an almost salty minerality.
Tasting Notes: Uni6 – pronounced unisex in German- is a rosé cuvée of Blaufränkisch (80%) and Sankt Laurent. It has a slight fizz and a wild scent at first, let the wine open up if you don’t like these features. The dark colored rosé is fresh and mineral with beautiful red currant, pomegranate and blood orange aromas.
Tasting Notes: The perfect wine for lazy weekend afternoons. Franz & Christine wanted to make a “house wine” that involved all different vineyards and varieties that they farm. This includes the recently (2015) planted hybrid, disease resistant varieties such as Muscaris, Souvignier Gris, Bronner and a Swiss clone of Cabernet. Catsilver refers to the shining silica stones that are found throughout their vineyards. All the white grapes undergo a maceration on the skins and the red grapes are directly pressed, before all being aged in used oak barrels for eight months.
Tasting Notes: This is the ancient indigenous variety, Blauer Wildbacher, planted on classic Styrian Opok soils (chalk and marl, rich in minerals). A 10-12 hour maceration took place before the grapes were gently pressed. The juice fermented naturally in stainless steel, with malolactic fermentation also taking place. Secondary fermentation takes place in the bottle. Not disgorged.
Tasting Notes: This Grüner Veltliner remains for over 2 years in old (neutral) wooden barrels -in the restored vaulted cellar- on the full yeast and is then drawn to the bottle unfiltered with minimal addition of sulfur. Pale golden yellow, multi-layered nose of apricot roast, yeasty spice with a phenolic touch, hints of dried wild thyme and fresh hay. On the palate a creamy texture from yeast aging, but immediately a savory acidity sets in with a fine pepper spice, plus some salty bread crust, quince and grapefruit zest, extremely good draw with proud length, massive finish.
Tasting Notes: Rot N°8 is produced from twenty years old vines planted by Franz Strohmeier when he bet on the adaptability of zweigelt and Blauer Wildbacher to climate change, today he can say he produces a great wine. Fermented spontaneously in stainless steel without temperature control in contact with the skins for four weeks, after a period of maturation the wine is bottled without filtration, clarification or the addition of sulfites. Intense ruby red. Notes of orange and white pepper are perceived on the nose, followed by hints of black cherry and a subtle smoky note. On the palate the wine has a juicy texture thanks to the acidity and the right amount of structure. Elegant tannins and remarkable persistence, commendable balance.
Tasting Notes: Timotheus’s second wife and Winifred’s stepmother. An easy-going and somewhat voluptuous lady, she first found the love of her life at a slightly older age. Shaped by her tempestuous youth, she is an unconventional type that radiates vitality and enjoys life to the fullest. She feels most at home in company, is open to strangers, and rewards friends with deep insights into her innermost qualities. Blaufrankisch and Roesler
Tasting Notes: It was fermented on the skin in amphora for 7 months and matured in barrels for another 4 months. The distinctive red berry and peppery tones balance out the acidity and round up in a complex experience.
Tasting Notes: Multifaceted nose, aromas of violets, cherries, noble wood notes, licorice and a mineral touch. On the palate juicy, very elegantly structured, lively, perfect tannin and wonderfully long lasting. Delightful.