News from us 2007

December 31, 2007

The first DAC appellation on the Danube-Appellation an der Donau Grüner Veltliner & Riesling are, for the first time, in the Reserve category of a white DAC Kremstal DAC Brings Fresh Dynamic to Traditional Area

Through an ordinance adopted on December 10th by Austria’s Minister of Agriculture and the Environment, Josef Pröll, quality wines produced with either the Grüner Veltliner or Riesling grape varieties in the Kremstal wine-growing... read more

December 31, 2007

The sweet wine pioneer has died at the age of 48, following a brief, heavy illness Austria's Wine Community Mourns Alois Kracher

The Austrian wine community is mourning one of its greatest pioneers. Alois Kracher died early in the morning of December 5th from complications due to cancer. His death came unexpectedly to many in the wine community. With Alois... read more

November 30, 2007

The Austrian Wine Vintage 2007 - Fine and Fruity

This year’s wine harvest in Austria has turned out to be a fine and fruity one. The following summary of the 2007 vintage provides some of the important highlights. read more

October 31, 2007

Spectacular Presentation of Austrian Wine in New York

Austrian Wine Marketing, which is intensifying its activities in the United States, recently held its largest PR presentation ever in New York by celebrating the Austrian national holiday with several special events. read more

October 31, 2007

Austrian Vintage 2007 - The Winemaker’s Year

For several weeks now, the grapes in Austria’s vineyards have been undergoing a very diligent 2007 vintage harvest. In some regions, such as Burgenland and Vienna, the harvest is already nearly complete, while in cool... read more

September 30, 2007

Sauvignon Blanc from Steiermark: Austria ’s Understated Wonder

A "quiet" Austrian vinous dynamo is being poured at more and more tables around the world. The wine world’s imagination already has been captured by some of Austria’s treasures: outstanding whites such as Grüner Veltliner and... read more

July 31, 2007

After a Lengthy Discussion, an Ideal Solution Name Change: Austria ’s Donauland to Become Wagram

Since 1995, Austria’s Donauland wine-growing area has comprised two sub-areas: Wagram (2,450 hectares) north of the Danube river, and Klosterneuburg (350 hectares, which includes Tulln and Atzenbrugg) south of the Danube. The... read more

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