Gut Oggau - Atanasius


The 14 hectare estate, in the small Burgenland town of Oggau (thought to be the first place in Austria to grow red grapes), is run by Eduard Tscheppe and Stephanie Eselböck-Tscheppe. They discovered the 17th century winery in 2007 and painstakingly restored it, including its 200 year old winepress. Having been abandoned for 20 years, the soils had been washed clean of the various chemicals used in previous conventional farm work, allowing them to immediately begin biodynamic production using the old vines. The estate is Demeter classified

Grapes are hand-harvested. The wine is partly fermented on the skins in wooden vats, the rest is fermented in wooden barrels. Then the wine is aged in wooden barrels

Country: Austria
Region: Burgeland
Vintage: 2017
ABV: 12.5%
Bottle Size: 75 cl
Grape Variety: 60% Zweigelt, 40% Blaufrankisch
Yeast: Indigenous
Total Sulphites: < 50mg/l
Bottles per year: < 5000
Certification: Demeter
Vegan Wine: Yes
Recommended by: Raw Wine Fair

TASTING NOTES: Soft tannins, cherries, dark berries.

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