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Gut Oggau Emmeram Gewurtztraminer

Gut Oggau Emmeram Gewurtztraminer


Varietal: 100% Gewurtztraminer
Region: Burgenland, Austria
Grower: Eduard Tscheppe and Stephanie Eselböck-Tscheppe
Soil: Limestone & Sand
Vine Age: 40 Years
Style: Destemmed and Pressed into 500L Neutral Barrels
Biodynamic Certification: Demeter

Burgenland is one of the 4 main wine regions of Austria, composed of 5 Sub regions, Eisenberg (515 hectatres) to the south grows the Iconic Austrian Grape Blaufränkisch. Leithaberg, where the town of Oggau lies, is thought to be the original home of red wine in Austria. Mittelburgenland is known for its very expressive reds, with Blaufränkisch and bold Cab Savs being the favourites of winemakers out there. Neusiedlersee (home of Infamous Austrian winemaker Christian Tschida). As with the famous namesake just mentioned, this region is full of experimentation with bold fruity wines, they also experiment a fair bit with Noble rot (Equivalent to a tree dried natural). Finally Rosalia is home to spicy reds and fruity whites.

Gut Oggau is a 14 hectare Austrian wine estate located in the province of Burgenland by the Lake Neusiedl. The estate is run by Eduard Tscheppe and his wife Stephanie, daughter of a 2 Michelin star restaurant owner. It is a certified biodynamic estate with each wine coming from a single plot of vines with different terroirs showing different expressions in the wine.


Emmeram is 100% Gewurztraminer Biodynamic wine, dry Gewurztraminer but rich and very fresh, aromatic, stunning. Emmeram is the quirky member of the family and offers an exotic, intense and multi-faceted nose followed by a the palate full of character. The personality of this wine is both versatile and mysterious. Unexpectedly dry and mineral yet with quirky pungent aromatics, this is serious wine with a touch of the playful and beguiling. This is absolutely one to Savour.

40 year old Gewürztraminer vines are the muse for this bottling. They are planted on limestone and sand, and tend to yield less than two tons per hectare. The grapes are destemmed and pressed directly into 500L neutral barrels to ferment. The wine is bottled unfined and unfiltered.

Additional information

Weight 1400 g


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