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Here between the root crops and potatoes, the nut trees and the cherries, here you will find the wine.  It is as spirited as the people of Wagram.  They have cultivated it and in doing so painted a picture of a region.  Age-old truth: pay attention to what lies before your own eyes and you will come to better know your own self. We do not place our wines upon a pedestal: they are what they are. And that is enough.

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Wines with a bouquet of life.

Whoever grows up here feels no pressing need to leave.  Everything you could wish for is here.  And there is wine, blending quite naturally into this down-to-earth, yet exquisite life.  A life as comfortable as a well-worn shoe which you'd prefer never to replace.  A life which lends our actions a calm certainty reflected in the wines which it creates.  A life at peace with itself yet full of joy.

Sculpted by the
land and
its people.

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Bromberg

The name Bromberg comes from Brunnberg - the hill with many springs.  Bromberg is fertile and bursting with life.  Hares dash across the vineyards, run zig-zag and hide in the luxuriant vegetation.

Steinagrund

Across the loess, the rain comes down like stair rods.  In some summers at Steinagrund, the earth becomes as hard as stone.  Which is presumably how it got its name.  Here the 50-year-old vines reach deep with their roots in search of moisture.

Steinmeissel

Austere gravel soil with a trace of yellow sand: south-facing and about 300 m above sea level; this place might have been created with roter veltiner in mind.

Rainthal

Pure loess: this is the Rainthal Vineyard, Rain meaning the boundary between one field and the next, and Thal being the German word for valley. This south-facing vineyard yields particularly full-bodied red wines.

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TO THYSELF BE TRUE

Wines such as ours follow neither fad nor fashion. What we do, we have done for decades.  Much has changed. Not everything which once was remains so.  Nevertheless, we cherish the knowledge of past days and stow it carefully for its journey into the future.  Gentle pruning, how we train the vines, greening the vineyards, harvesting by hand, and finally the work in the cellar.  All this is right for us and right for our way of life. In times when everything strives to go bigger and better and further, this all helps to keep our feet on the ground.  Straightforward, prudent and in perfect harmony with the grape varieties at home here.  It is a cuvée of a place and the people who live there.

Wagram

These are wines with a deep connection to the region.  Sculpted by the warm foehn breezes out of the loess soil, the soul of Wagram.
 

Wagram
  • Rosé
  • Frühroter Veltliner
  • Grüner Veltliner
  • Roter Veltliner
  • Riesling
  • Weißburgunder
  • Zweigelt

Vineyards

Full of character: individualistic, with distinctive features and rough edges,  each vineyard stands alone and is yet part of Wagram.
 

Vineyards
  • Ried Bromberg
    Grüner Veltliner
  • Ried Steinmeisel
    Roter Veltliner
  • Ried Steinagrund
    Grüner Veltliner
  • Ried Rainthal
    Zweigelt

Hutzler

These vineyard rows, made with wood alone, bear the grandparents’ name. With this wine, one imbibes a little history,  weighty with the past and brimming with stories.

Hutzler
  • Hutzler
    Grüner Veltliner Reserve
  • Hutzler
    Roter Veltliner Reserve
  • Hutzler
    Roter Veltliner Trockenbeerenauslese
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