As a winemaker, I consider it an honor to be able to carry the peppery Weinviertel DAC in my assortment. But I also see it as an obligation to do justice to Grüner Veltliner in all its forms. The Red Veltliner, for example, was already cultivated in Roman times and today this ancient variety thrives on our deep loess soils on the “Goassbugl” and produces wines of the same name with absolute cult potential.
...with more Passion...
...and music From Bach
The big star of the Weinviertel is of course the Grüner Veltliner, without ifs and buts. But when a passionate winemaker puts in a little extra effort, even the second set plays big.
In some vineyards around Röschitz there is much more than just Grüner Veltliner. The loess soil on Marktweg gives the Gelber Muskateller nuances of citrus and blood orange in the bottle, and on Galgenberg Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Blauer Zweigelt ripen to earn thunderous applause in the popular Churchill cuvée.
Speaking of thunderous:
Wines with more...
The cellar is my wine workshop. Down here, absolute silence or thunderously loud classical music by Johann Sebastian Bach reigns supreme. Between the stainless steel tanks, acacia and oak barrels are tried out and fiddled around for all it’s worth. Free according to gut feeling and intuition. But always with a clear goal in mind: to create wines that surprise the connoisseur and reward him with a feeling of happiness.