Depending on the entire growing season, the grapes can be ready for harvest between late August and early September. Our aim is to attain a harmonious balance between sugar and acidity.

This period is characterized by loud banging throughout the vineyards and nets covering the canopies to prevent birds from eating the crop. The moment the grapes have come out on the other side unharmed and their ripeness level is optimal, clearly visible in their brown pips, the harvest can begin. Harvesting machines pick the grapes during the cool night hours: As the sun can still be fairly strong throughout September, this could cause an unwanted heating of the harvested grapes.

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á la carte wine guide

We are very happy about the great reviews in the á la carte wine guide on page 211. 94 points 2019 Grüner Veltliner Erdverbunden 94 points 2020 Trainer Erdverbunden 93+ points 2020 Sauvignon Blanc Reserve “Pfarracker am Heiligenberg” 93 points 2019 Grüner Veltliner Ried Steinberg Reserve 91 points 2020 Sauvignon Blanc Ried Kittel 90 points

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Cellar and office work

While others are presenting their newest wines, we concentrate on preparing the wines for bottling the new vintage at the beginning of the new year. It is important to constantly monitor the development of the wines in the temperature-controlled tanks and to counteract something going not the way it should. These months are also important

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Reception of the grapes, winemaking, blending

Once the grapes arrive at the winery, they are gravity fed into the destemer which separates the berries from the stem. In our modern pneumatic press, the berries are pressed very gently, so as not to extract too much of their bitter skins. We don´t press to the very last, so that the polyphenols that

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