Langenlois Collection
Surrounded by primeval rock formations and gentle loess hills, Langenlois is the historical center of the Kamptal. Amidst an almost infinite expanse of vineyards, housing some of the most exceptional terroirs in the Kamptal, we cultivate various grape varieties on those soils that suit them best. These wines serve as ambassadors of our town, our palate, and our winemaking culture, narrating our philosophy. The package includes the following wines (0.75 liters):

1 x Grüner Veltliner LANGENLOISER TONMINERAL 2022
1 x Grüner Veltliner Langenloiser Ried THAL 2022
1 x Grüner Veltliner Langenloiser Ried KITTMANNSBERG 1.ÖTW 2022
1 x Riesling Langenloiser Ried STEINHAUS 1.ÖTW 2022
1 x Weissburgunder LANGENLOISER KALKSAND 2022
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About this package
Every place where wine is grown is unique in terms of location, geology, and wine culture. Our village wine (Ortswein) tradition is centuries old and the wines reflect this geological, microclimatic and cultural spectrum. The historic town of Langenlois is not only the center of the Kamptal region but also our home. Here, the Grüner Veltliner grapes mainly grow on loess and clay soils composed of varying combinations of clay minerals, limestone, dolomite, feldspar, quartz, and mica. They stretch from the southeast of the town to the high plateau in the west. This elegant Veltliner, bottled after six months of lees aging, is characterized by pithy fruit and spicy minerality. It unmistakably reflects its origin and the palate of the people living here.

→ Ried THAL Grüner Veltliner
Thal has a special value to us. It is inextricably linked to the history of our estate. It is our oldest and most traditional vineyard, where our family cultivated their first vines in 1856. The up to 80-year-old vines grow on a broadly terraced slope in the south of Langenlois, composed of quartz-sand and bright, calcerous loess. With delicate white and yellow fruit, cool spice and it's characteristic sandy minerality, the wine expresses the bright side of Gruener Veltliner.

→ Ried KITTMANNSBERG 1.ÖTW Grüner Veltliner
The Kittmannsberg is located on a distinct high plateau that ascends west of Langenlois, reaching an elevation of up to 365 meters above sea level, thus establishing itself as one of the highest vineyard sites in the Kamptal region. Within its characteristic bowl-shaped topographical depression, it generates a unique microclimate that encourages prolonged ripening periods. The soil possesses a particularly fine mineral structure and consists of calcareous clays and loess-loam, remnants of a former shallow sea. Under these conditions, our Veltliner develops distinctive attributes, including a yellow fruit expression, subtle herbal spiciness, and a smooth silky texture.

Our Riesling vines grow on the terraced slopes northwest of the town, an area completely formed of metamorphic and crystalline rock soils, predominantly consisting of gneiss, amphibolite, granite, mica schist, and quartz. This elegant Riesling, bottled after 6 months of lees aging, is characterized by fine stone fruit and juicy-salty minerality. It unmistakably reflects its origin and the palate of the people living here.

→ Ried STEINHAUS Riesling
Steinhaus, which translates to "Stonehouse," is the steepest vineyard in Langenlois. It likely derives its name from the ancient stone shelters, the remnants of which can be found scattered throughout the vineyards. This barren slope is characterized by small terraces, some of which were carved into the crystalline rock many centuries ago. The grapevines must delve deep to access water, as they grow on a very rocky soil composed of gneiss and amphibolite, interspersed with quartz. This vineyard gives rise to a distinctively elegant and fruity style of Riesling, marked by a pronounced coolness and a saline minerality.

The Weissburgunder (Pinot Blanc) has a long tradition on our estate. Dr. Bruno Hiedler was the first winegrower to cultivate the variety in the Danube area in 1955 - a time when low-yielding, small-berried varieties were anything but 'en vogue'. Since then, it has been deeply rooted in our soils and our history. This balanced and elegant Weißburgunder of old vine-genetics, grows on calcareous and partly sandy loess soils. They impart a calm fruit and a delicate nutty aroma.