Touch wine. Accompany. Experience.

Birgit’s philosophy is easily explained. She handles her vines, grapes and wines with mindfulness, conscientiousness and intention. She accompanies her plants in harmony with nature, touching and feeling what is needed, rather than aimlessly toiling away. She aspires to capture the vitality of the earth in the wine glass. The results are wines that are vibrant, salubrious, structured, and deep – moving wines.

Only the very best red wines leave our winery in Neusiedlersee-Hügelland. I produce red wines from the varieties Blaufränkisch, Zweigelt, St. Laurent, Pinot Noir, and Merlot. Clarity, minerality and elegance characterise my red wines.

Juicy, subtle and seductive

This Welschriesling is a versatile white wine with good varietal character and an exceptionally fresh and fruity bouquet. Crisp acidity highlights the refreshing fruity flavours of citrus and apple on the palate. 7-9 °C (45-48 °F) is the ideal drinking temperature. Its light-footed character makes it an ideal accompaniment to light dishes like Italian antipasti or grilled goat cheese with arugula and pine nuts.

Sauvignon Blanc

race, rich and aromatic

Sauvignon Blanc is one of the finest white wines. The vine produces fresh wines with spicy gooseberry aromas. They are characterized by an inimitable mineral tone and a supportive acid structure. The Sauvignon Blanc tastes of elderberry and gooseberry. It remains juicy and elegant. It is an intense wine for strong starters and herbal dishes. Sauvignon Blanc goes well with fish, seafood, chicken, goat cheese and strudel (eg wild garlic strudel

Zweigelt Mitterjoch

Mouthfilling juicy cherry, everybody’s darling.

Velvety tannins distinguish the Zweigelt Mitterjoch. Amarena cherry and fresh berry fruit comprise an inviting bouquet. This round, charming, and salubrious wine provides abundant drinking pleasure.  Ideal drinking temperature is 16-18 °C (60-64 °F). The concentrated structure makes this wine particularly good accompaniment to dishes like Gazpacho Andaluz, braised leg of lamb with fresh herbs and garlic, game, beef, red beetroot, or pasta and rice dishes.

Zweigelt Goldberg

A single-vineyard Zweigelt with abundant drinking pleasure.

The Zweigelt Goldberg demonstrates just what potential Zweigelt really has: depth, structure and charm all at the same time. Old vines, schist soil, and organic cultivation are the guarantee for a great wine! The ideal drinking temperature is  16-18 ° C (60-64 °F). Best enjoyed as a quiet, meditative wine in front of the fireplace.

Pinot vom Sonnenberg

Fragrant, salubrious, seductive – the lightness of being.

The Pinot vom Sonnenberg is a light summer wine and a superb initiation for future Burgundy lovers. The bright, elegant flavours of red berries bring an early summer feeling. Serve slightly chilled as a picnic wine or on the beach with finger food. Also pairs well with duck, pheasant, lamb , mild pasta dishes or soft cheeses.

Pinot Noir Reserve

A Pinot Noir from Burgenland with Burgundian class.

“A pity that one can not fondle wine.” Kurt Tucholsky

The Pinot Noir Sonnenberg Reserve is an exemplary Burgundian style – clear, delineated, precise and always charming. Cherry notes evolve on the nose while minerality teases the palate – a wine for connoisseurs that seek the extraordinary. This  Pinot Noir exhibits its best attributes at 16-18 °C (60-64 °F). Pairing this Pinot with an elegant game dish such as saddle of venison with chanterelle cream sauce and spaetzle is a culinary highlight. It is also superb with Moroccan couscous or a selection of soft cow cheeses.

Joyful celebration of nature and wine.

The Wild Wux blend has a deep ruby colour with purple highlights. Red berry fruit, spicy notes and a touch of minerals define the aroma spectrum. Fruit sweetness and concentration balance on the palate. Maturation in oak lends this wine its round, velvety finish. Ideal enjoyment at 16-18 °C (60-64 °F). This wine’s concentrated structure makes it outstanding to pair with hearty dishes like braised leg of lamb with herbs and garlic.

An exceptional wine that exceeds all expectations; counts among the best wines of Austria in its category.

Oxhoft is a blend of Blaufränkisch, Zweigelt and Cabernet Sauvignon that matures for two years in small oak barrels.  Aromas and flavours of fresh plum and wild cherry. Possesses power and structure. Optimal developent in the glass at 16-18 °C  (60-64 °F). Outstanding to pair with hearty meat dishes such as venison shoulder braised in wild berry sauce with schupfnudeln (small potato dumplings) or lamb chops with rosemary and garlic. This extraordinary red wine is also predestined for hours of contemplative wine enjoyment in front of the fireplace.

Mouth filling and robust.

Elderberry and chocolate notes distinguish this Merlot. It has a powerful, robust structure with lovely sweet extract. The limestone soil lends exceptional elegance to this variety. This powerful wine is best enjoyed at 17-19 °C (62-66°F). Charming accompaniment to braised lamb with pasta or stuffed guineafowl with sautéed wild mushrooms.

The lightness of being, lively and salubrious

This rosé has a raspberry colour, which due to only brief contact with the grape skins remains quite pale. Blended from Blaufränkisch and Zweigelt, it makes a light-footed impression with fresh strawberry and a light and lively character.  This rosé is an ideal wine for a picnic or an elegant snack. Also enjoy with fish, pasta or as simple relaxation after work.