The traditional meets the modern.
authentic. sustainable. pure.
Traditional wineries and new wine brands. The history of our wines dates back two millennia, our wines were even served at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II of England. Now we are looking to the future with open minds, will preserve the good, promote innovation and sustainability, and not only pass our knowledge onto future generations but also a natural world that is as intact as possible.
The Riesling specialist on the Moselle
Sustainability has a name: Clüsserath-Eifel. Vines up to 120 years old, most of which are unrooted and spared from vine pest and land consolidation, are cultivated in the best steep and extremely steep slopes in Trittenheim, Neumagen, Klüsserath and Leiwen in accordance with the philosophy of “eternal winegrowing”. These old vines, rooted metres deep in the slate rock, give the winery low yields of extremely tasty grapes every year. In the historic vaulted cellar, the hand-picked grapes are made into wine without any added yeast cultures, enzymes or modern technology. Time and patience are just as important as controlled inactivity. The winery’s fine and sought-after wines are complex, elegant and pack a punch.
A breath of fresh air in Bad Dürkheim
Weingut Zumstein is also located in Bad Dürkheim. The varied soils offer the best conditions for Riesling, Pinot Gris and Dornfelder. The manor house and rock cellar create a unique ambience for the pleasurable enjoyment of fine wines.
An original Palatinate local
With over four decades of experience as a viticulturist and cellar master, Bernhard Siegel has now joined goose.wine. To start with, the Palatinate winegrower vinifies grapes into single-varietal still and sparkling wines. Palatinate’s precious wine by the glass culture served in elegant form. Exquisite wines that are fun to drink and are welcome accompaniments.
Weingut Iločki Podrumi
Croatian wine culture at its best.
The winery on the Danube is the epitome of Croatian wine culture. Here, wine connoisseurs look back on two millennia of wine tradition or on Traminer from Ilok Cellars, which was served at the coronation of Elizabeth II. Look forward to the future, to award-winning wines that we are happy to present to wine aficionados outside Croatia and Europe.
Rotgipfler, Zierfandler and easy-drinking
Thermenregion to the south of Vienna offers the perfect conditions for winegrowing with over 1,800 hours of sunshine. Even the ancient Romans were in the know! The young wine brand Hannigan has been at home here since 2015 with vineyards in and around Gumpoldskirchen and Bad Vöslau. In addition to the autochthonous varieties Rotgipfler and Zierfandler, Weißburgunder and Grüner Veltliner are developed into fresh easy-drinking wines, such as Hannigan Sommerspritz with Vöslauer mineral water.
Sensitive demanding tradition
Winegrowing with great history. Duke Leopold VI of the House of Babenberg also donated some vineyards in Pfaffstätten to Lilienfeld Abbey when it was founded in 1202. Domaene Lilienfeld is dedicated to the autochthonous grape varieties Rotgipfler and Zierfandler, which are native to the Thermenregion. But old varieties like Blaue Portugieser and Neuburger are also part of the assortment, as well as Zweigelt, Pinot Noir and St. Laurent. This diversity calls for a great deal of commitment to viticulture and the right instincts in wine making to develop very good quality wines. You will certainly find them here in this wine assortment.
Weingut Hartmann in the Swiss canton of Aargau has dedicated itself entirely to organic winegrowing. In line with the Vinatura guidelines, the biodiversity ensures that the vines are more robust and still deliver the highest quality.
Weingut Liszkay Borkúria
One of the most beautiful wineries in Hungary.
The Liszkay Borkùria winery is situated very close to Lake Balaton. It is one of the most beautiful wineries in Hungary and is often used as a conference and wedding location. Liszkay is particularly well known for its red wines from the Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grape varieties. Immerse yourself in the history and future of great Hungarian wines.