Explore something new, or a fresh Alpine twist on something familiar
Blauer Portugieser vines give prolific yields and give delicious light-bodied wines.
Forget any prejudices and long-held beliefs, this is where the new Chardonnay adventure begins.
Frühroter Veltliner is a fruity wine with a bit of spice and hints of almonds when made into Eiswein.
Merlot is probably the most common and popular grape worldwide - but Alpine Merlot is in its own league.
Neuburger often produces wines that are soft, full-bodied and have a balanced, nutty aroma.
Almost as versatile as Riesling, Pinot Gris gives an opportunity to widen your wine knowledge.
As well as sweet and dry wines from Gumpoldskirchen we also have a couple of wines from Wagram.
St. Laurent makes a suave and sophisticated wine with a lingering finish that continues to delight.
Sauvignon Blanc is a well-known international grape variety that began its life in France.
The good dry wines have aromas of blackcurrant and notes of grapefruit - worth looking for.
Syrah has become one of the world's most popular varieties thanks to very intense loud wines, but in our climate it has elegance
Beerenauslese and Trockenbeerenauslese from Welschriesling are wonderful as they retain much of the inherent acidity from the grape.