Gut Oggau

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Hauptstrasse 31, A-7063 Oggau
Tel. +43 (664) 2069298
Fax. +43 (2685) 47948
E-Mail: office@gutoggau.com
www.gutoggau.com

Description

In 2007, Eduard and Stephanie Tscheppe took over an old-established property in Oggau that has a long standing tradition.
It is right there, where Eduard and Stephanie produce their wines of selected grapes using the traditional methods of the ancestors of the former proprietor. The grapes are compressed in archaic wooden presses from the 19th century and then fermented in old patriarchal cellar vault, without any modern techniques or additive supplement.
The surrounding 13 hectares, belonging to the manor, are cultivated in a bio-dynamic way according to “Demeter-Principles”.
The results are choice wines that may even have edges and prongs and need to be understood by carefully approaching them. These wines have a character that needs to be given attention and you only get to know it by coming closer, much like a person.
This value is not only reflected on the labels but found through the whole positioning as well.
For, the wines are not separated according to their sorts and hillside location. Rather, the wines are sorted by their unique expression and character put together in such a way that it creates a very specific distinctive wine-personality.
At the same time the different wines relate in such a special way to each other that we, by all means could call them a family. Those wines that are the juiciest and the most cheerful ones to drink, stand for the young generation.
The adults are more distinctive developed characters- sharper and more challenging!
Those with the longest tradition could be identified with the grandparents, as they start quiet and conservative, showing after a little while all their wisdom and complexity.
Consequently, the wines don’t have classical labelling but carry individual names of people whose character is explained on the back.
In this way, Stephanie and Eduard Tscheppe found a general concept, which unifies long cultivated winegrowing and traditional cellar methods with a forerunner marketing concept to a coherent harmony.

Name
Gut Oggau
Location of winery
Leithaberg
Size of business
: 13.0 ha
Production output
25.000 bottles per year
Cellarmaster/owner
Stephanie und Eduard Tscheppe-Eselböck
Contact person
Stephanie Tscheppe-Eselböck
Wine-making Associations
Demeter
Certified Wineries
Organic as per European Standard
Origins of Wines
Burgenland, Neusiedlersee-Hügelland
Grape variety
White: Gruner Veltliner, Traminer (Gewürztraminer)
Red: Blaufränkisch, Blauer Zweigelt, Roesler
Wine prices
€ 9.98  -  € 79.00
Export countries
Belgium, Denmark, Germany, France, Great Britain, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, Singapore

Direct sale at the winery

Opening times
  • Monday
    10:00 - 17:00
  • Tuesday
    10:00 - 17:00
  • Wednesday
    10:00 - 17:00
  • Thursday
    10:00 - 17:00
  • Friday
    10:00 - 17:00
  • Saturday
    10:00 - 17:00
  • Sunday
    10:00 - 17:00
  • Holiday
    10:00 - 17:00
Reservations required
Yes
Tasting
Yes

How to find us

Date Event
Wine
Awards
Origin Style, Vineyard, Brand, Grape variety, Vintage Alcohol / Residual sugar / Acidity / Wine category Name Rating Year of the Award
Burgenland "Timotheus (Weiss)", GV , PB , 2011 13.50% / 2.00 g / 5.00 g / Cat. 4: White wine – powerful & bodied Falstaff Weinguide 93 2013
Wine details
Wine pass (pdf)
Burgenland ""Theodora"", GV 60%, WR 40%, 2012 12.00% / 2.00 g / 5.00 g / Cat. 3: White wine – classic & dry Falstaff Weinguide 91 2013
Wine details
Wine pass (pdf)
Burgenland "Atanasius (Rot) 2011", ZW 60%, BF 40%, 2011 12.50% / 2.00 g / 5.50 g Falstaff Weinguide 90 2013
Wine details
Wine pass (pdf)
Burgenland "Winifred Rosé", BF 60%, ZW 40%, 2012 12.00% / 2.00 g / 6.00 g / Cat. 5: Rosé – racy & fruit-toned Falstaff Weinguide 90 2013
Wine details
Wine pass (pdf)
Burgenland "Joschuari (Rot)", Blaufränkisch, 2008 13.00% / 2.00 g / 5.00 g / Cat. 7: Red wine – compact and concentrated Falstaff Rotweinguide 92 2011
Wine details
Wine pass (pdf)
Burgenland "Emmeram (Gewürztraminer)", Traminer (Gelber-, Roter-, Gewürztraminer), 2009 13.50% / 2.00 g / 5.00 g / Cat. 7: Red wine – compact and concentrated Falstaff Weinguide 94 2011
Wine details
Wine pass (pdf)
Neusiedlersee-Hügelland "Mechthild", Grüner Veltliner, 2009 13.00% / Cat. 3: White wine – classic & dry Falstaff Weinguide 93 2011
Wine details
Wine pass (pdf)
Burgenland "Timotheus (Weiss)", GV 60%, PB 40%, 2009 13.00% / 2.00 g / 5.00 g / Cat. 4: White wine – powerful & bodied Falstaff Weinguide 93 2011
Wine details
Wine pass (pdf)
Burgenland ""Theodora"", GV 60%, WR 40%, 2010 12.00% / 2.00 g / 5.00 g / Cat. 3: White wine – classic & dry Falstaff Weinguide 92 2011
Wine details
Wine pass (pdf)
Burgenland ""Winifred" Rosé", BF 70%, ZW 30%, 2010 12.00% / 2.00 g / 5.00 g / Cat. 5: Rosé – racy & fruit-toned Falstaff Weinguide 91 2011
Wine details
Wine pass (pdf)
Burgenland "Bertholdi", Blaufränkisch, 2009 13.50% / 1.00 g / 5.00 g / Cat. 7: Red wine – compact and concentrated Falstaff Weinguide 94 2011
Wine details
Wine pass (pdf)
Burgenland "Joschuari (Rot)", Blaufränkisch, 2008 13.00% / 2.00 g / 5.00 g / Cat. 7: Red wine – compact and concentrated Falstaff Weinguide 94 2011
Wine details
Wine pass (pdf)
Burgenland ""Atanasius"", ZW 60%, BF 40%, 2009 12.50% / 2.00 g / 5.00 g / Cat. 6: Red wine – classic and fruity Falstaff Weinguide 92 2011
Wine details
Wine pass (pdf)