Our Grüner Veltliner Gutswein is debuting a new name: Wagram Terrassen. With the change, our Wagram origins move more clearly into the spotlight.
We live in the eastern section of the Wagram, where loessy soils produce outstanding Grüner Veltliner. The Wagram is a terrace-shaped and remarkable ridge amidst the surrounding landscape. Visibility stretches as far as the Ötscher and Schneeberg mountains. Linguistically, the Wagram name derives from the Middle High German: “wac” for wave or welter, and “rain” for meadow or hillside. Here is where our spicy, deep Grüner Veltliner grows. Shaped by our loess soils, it is a classic ambassador for our Wagram home. After a year of advantageous weather conditions, the 2018 vintage has emerged as particularly rich.