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3482 Gösing am Wagram, Austria
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Our winery in Gösing am Wagram

can be traced back to the year 1750 and is the oldest family-owned estate in the village.
Today, the family business comprises 11.5 hectares of vineyards in the best locations (Goldberg, Mittersteig, Zeisleiten and Fumberg) around Gösing. Worth seeing are the old loess cellars and loess corridors, which connect the house cellar with the former press house.
Down-to-earth varieties such as Roter Veltliner, Grüner Veltliner, Riesling, Grüner Sylvaner,
Pinot Blanc and Zweigelt are ideal for the prevailing climatic conditions
the ideal starting material.
One small exception is Syrah, which is used for the "CHERUB" cuvée,
matured in small and large wooden barrels
However, the focus is on the "whites", above all the Grüner Veltliner,
of which there are 4 "weight classes",
and here especially from the top sites FUMBERG & MITTERSTEIG.
Elegant, crystal-clear and fresh fruit in the lighter wines; flavour, density and
And ageability in the single vineyards is the declared aim.

The vineyards are cultivated according to the guidelines of "Controlled Integrated Production". This means careful plant protection measures that are gentle on beneficial insects and targeted soil care management, especially with the planting of a balanced mixture of greenery. The most important objectives here are to promote soil health, prevent erosion, maintain and build up a humus layer and protect against soil compaction.

In the cellar, we refrain from spontaneous fermentation and work with a few selected yeasts whose properties we know precisely and which we are convinced express the origin and character of our wines continuously and ideally. Thanks to this controlled fermentation process, we can ensure that we produce wines that are not only high in flavour, but also easily digestible and have the lowest possible content of undesirable fermentation by-products such as histamine!
The wines are given time to develop on the full lees until January,
or until March...

PHOTO GALLERY 10 Weingut Gerhold

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