"All of our wines are fermented grape juice, nothing else."
The soil in our vineyard Hochegg is characterized by rough siliceous primary rock, whereby the slate rock is colored red-brown due to iron deposits. The open, high and steep hillside, which faces south to south-south-east, leads to a very airy microclimate.
Our vineyard Koregg is characterized by a very barren, siliceous primary rock soil with little humus build-up. The deep slaty rock has a finer stone structure than that of our other vineyards. This very steep vineyard with an altitude of 520 m is located in a sheltered location in the Sausal hilly landscape.The vineyard Koregg is exposed to south to south-south-west.
The soil in our vineyard Kreuzegg consists of weathered siliceous primary rock with covering of humus. At an altitude of 500 m with a south to south-south-west exposure, it has an open view of the Koralp mountains.
The red wine cuvee Urgestein consists of the red wine varieties Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch and Pinot Noir. This wine reflects the Sausal soil of our three vineyards, Hochegg, Koregg and Kreuzegg.