We focus on what we understand – German and Austrian wines. And we want to ensure that you, our customers, get great value for your money.
What is it, that makes German and Austrian wines so special?
A prime reason is the tradition of winemaking as grapevines have been cultivated in the same vinicultural regions for many hundred years. Wines are synonymous with the landscape, the culture and daily life in both countries. Ideal geological and climatic elements provide the best conditions for making authentic, distinctive wines with character and personality. Austrian and German vintners successfully combine traditional viticulture with modern vinification. Quality without compromise is their motto.
We will be tasting the following amazing German and Austrian Wines at the festival.
– 2017 Grauer Burgunder “Scherzinger Batzenberg” Kabinett, dry.
– 2017 Rheingau Riesling, dry.
– 2016 Langenlonsheimer “Rothenberg” Riesling Grand Cru, dry.
– 2017 Muskateller “Scherzinger Batzenberg” Kabinett, dry.
– 2017 Gewürztraminer Spätlese (Late Harvest), dry.
– 2016 Ahr-Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir), dry
– 2017 Blauer Spätburgunder “Scherzinger Batzenberg” Old Grapevines, dry.
– 2017 Grüner Veltliner “Ried Hausberg” Kremstal DAC, dry.
– 2017 Summertime, dry.
– 2016 Zweigelt Fölligberg, dry.
– 2015 Blaufränkisch Fölligberg, dry