I can't imagine getting my wines from any place else.
Austria is one of the most diverse winemaking countries in the world.
The nature is bountiful and distinct. In the north, grapes grow in the fertile soil of cool mountains and running rivers. In the south, vineyards are scattered across hot, flat land.
Austrian terroir is home to many local grape varietals; the most famous and common is the white grape, Grüner Veltliner. Also native to the region are the red grapes Zweigelt, Blaüfrankisch, and St. Laurent.
0.6 g/L sugar, 11.6% alcohol, 2 ppm sulfur
Rich dark fruit, subtle earth notes, bold texture
Preisinger marries smooth drinkability with complex depth in this blend of St. Laurent and Zweigelt. Born from fertile lowlands in Eastern Austria, the Puszta expresses a beautiful tension between fruit and earth.
0.5 g/L sugar, 12.2% alcohol, 12 ppm sulfur
Crisp bright red fruit, elegant finish, pairs with fish
This blend of local varietals (Zweigelt, Blaüfrankisch, St. Laurent, Syrah) is a fresh take on Austrian earth. Grown in limestone, harvested by hand, and aged in acacia wood barrels, this wine expresses subtlety and elegance.
0.6 g/L sugar, 12.3% alcohol, 24 ppm sulfur
Deep purple color, great tannins, fresh ripe fruit
Planted in the unique clay and gravel soil of eastern Austria, this 100% Zweigelt is fermented in stainless steel for a clean palate. From the hand harvest to the glass bottle stopper, Gernot and Heike Heinrich pay meticulous attention to every detail in this deliciously deep wine.
0.8 g/L sugar, 12.5% alcohol, 69 ppm sulfur
Hints of white flower, crisp juicy acidity, smooth palate
As a fully biodynamic wine grower, Matthias encourages healthy, rocky soil and prunes his vines by hand. He ages this 100% Grüner in stainless steel for a crisp, pure palate.