Falstaff Wineguide Austria 2022/23

Falstaff Wineguide Austria 2022/23

For Karl Fritsch, making wine means putting tradition on a positive foundation for new action in the present, because only on the basis of traditional experiences and values ​​that are paired with contemporary inspirations can cultural assets be preserved and new values ​​created.

On an area of 30 hectares, about two thirds white wine, with a focus on Grüner Veltliner and Riesling, and one third red wine are produced. The symbiosis of climate and soil in the Wagram offers excellent conditions especially for Grüner Veltliner. If you are looking for the core talents of the Weinberghof, the best thing to try is Grüner Veltliner which is offered here both as a light summer wine and in the subtle style of site-specific wines like "Steinberg" and "Schlossberg". Among the red wines, the "Foggathal" cuvée is one of the most famous and best in Austria but the juicy Pinot Noir also has an excellent reputation.

The head of the Weinberghof is winemaker Karl Fritsch. He has a very good reputation among the winemakers of the Wagram region due to his innovations and power of implementation - this is proven by the growing number of his customers as well as the awards of the wines. For Karl Fritsch, nature and its resources have been at the forefront of his work since he converted to biodynamics in January 2006. For him, working with nature is not only an obligation but also a privilege. At the end of 2007, the Karl Fritsch Winery was accepted into the circle of "Traditionsweingüter Österreich" which emphasises its important role in the Wagram region.

DETAILS

  • Contact Person: Karl Fritsch
  • Exhibitions
  • Winemaker: Karl Fritsch
  • Production Style: Bio-Dynamic
  • Cultivation Area in Hectares: 30

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