If someone like Judith Beck lives not just according to a postal address, but actually amidst the vines, then you can be sure that she`s developed a deep relationship to her own vineyards. The most beautiful of these vines - she prefers the traditional varieties Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch, St. Laurent, Weissburgunder and Chardonnay - lie on the slopes and the hills of the Wagram. This is the name of the area of slopes which are, for the most part, sun - exposed and rise from the lowlands east of the Neusiedler See lake to the so - called Parndorfer Platte.
The soils here are extremely diverse. In fact, a single vineyard alone can comprise humus, gravel, loam, limestone and minerals - the ideal basis for complex, multifaceted wines that reflect their origin. Naturalness and identity are the f
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