Great Reserves Collection
We select the finely concentrated and golden-yellow grapes by hand in several passes. They are the fruits of our oldest vines, rooted in the crystalline rock and loess soils of the historic terraced vineyards. Only after several years of aging on the (fine-)lees in barrel, at least two full winters, are they moved for the first time and later bottled. The result are wines that are characterized by their particular longevity, elegance and dense texture. This package contains the following wines (0.75 lt.):

1 x Grüner Veltliner Maximum 2020
1 x Grüner Veltliner Familienreserve 2015
1 x Riesling Maximum 2020
1 x Weißburgunder Maximum 2020
1 x Chardonnay Toasted & Unfiltered 2020
1 x Pinot Noir Käferberg Reserve 2019
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About this package
→ MAXIMUM Grüner Veltliner
Über die Jahrzehnte wachsen die Reben zu mächtigen, knorrigen Stöcken heran. Ihre kraftvollen Wurzeln dringen tief in den Löss und das Urgestein der historischen Terrassen-Weingärten vor. Es ist eine ausgewählte Selektion dieser uralten Reben mit niedrigen Erträgen, von denen unser Maximum stammt. Die wertvollsten Trauben eines Jahrgangs bleiben bei der Hauptlese am Rebstock hängen und werden spät, bei voller Reife und Geschmackskonzentration, geerntet. Vor seiner Füllung reift der Wein mindestens zwei volle Winter im großen Akazienfass auf der Feinhefe. So entsteht dieser dichte und druckvolle Veltliner, mit unverkennbarer Hiedler-Signatur.

→ FAMILIENRESERVE Grüner Veltliner
With this wine we follow an old family tradition that was already maintained by our ancestors. To make room for the coming vintage, the wine cellar usually had to be emptied by the next harvest. Not completely, however. The best barrel was allowed to rest and to reach its optimum drinking age before it was released. Today this beautiful tradition carries the name Familienreserve (Family Reserve). For our Familienreserve 2015, we put aside a small part of our best Veltliner and gave it time. It matured for 7 years in traditional acacia casks on the lees. This unique wine combines creaminess and elegance with depth, finesse and an ethereal fruit-concentration.

→ MAXIMUM Riesling
Many decades of growth form vines of mighty, gnarly stature. Our Maximum is sourced from a selction of these low yielding old vines. Their roots dig deep in the meager primary rock soils of our historic terraced slopes. The most valuable grapes of a vintage remain on the vine during the main picking season and are harvested when they have reached their full ripeness and flavour concentration. Before bottling, the wine spends at least two full winters on the lees. This is how this dense and saline-fruity Riesling is created, with the unmistakable Hiedler signature.

We have a long tradition with Weissburgunder (Pinot Blanc). Dr. Bruno Hiedler was the first winemaker to plant the variety in the Danube region in 1955. A time when small grapes were anything but 'en vogue'. The grapes for our Maximum are sourced from exactly this historic vineyard, with interesting & old vine genetics. The old vines grow at the foot of the Schenkenbichl slope, on river gravel which in places is criss-crossed with light, lime-rich loess. Before bottling, it matures for two full winters in large acacia casks on the lees. This is how this dense and elegant Weissburgunder is created, with the unmistakable Hiedler signature.

Chardonnay thrives on the lime-rich soils of the Kamptal. The old vines grow on the terraces of our Kittmannsberg and Thal vineyard. Here the small grapes can slowly ripen to reach their full aromatic potential. After fermentation in large and small barrels, the wine matures for two years in small, lightly toasted oak barrels. It is later bottled without filtration in order to develop its optimum quality. The result is a dense and fine-grained Chardonnay with the unmistakable Hiedler signature.

→ KÄFERBERG Pinot Noir
The grapes for our Reserve thrive on a terrace on the southeastern flank of the Käferberg vineyard. Within a small area one can find crystalline rocks alternating with much younger clay marl, sandy loess, and rare gravels that were deposited in the ancient Paratethys sea millions of years ago. A particularly high planting density and the strict yield reduction result in small-berried and concentrated grapes. The berries ferment in small, open tanks. The young wine later matures on the fine lees in oak barrels for at least two more years. The result is characterized by cool fruity elegance and calm power, which ends in spicy minerality.