News about us 2016

 –  The Eisenberg is Austria’s greatest wine secret: Stuart Pigott describes the Eisenberg’s unique geology and climate as well as its great distinctive wines made from Blaufränkisch. Read more

 –  Along with her fellow wine enthusiast and blogger Peter Bourget, Nancy Brazil describes her culinary experience exploring Grüner Veltliner for the Wine Pairing Weekend. Read more

 –  Visiting the Austrian wine regions of Kamptal, Krems and Wachau and meeting with winemakers, ambivalence could be noticed. On the one hand two nights of devastating frost in late April had destroyed a part of the 2016 crop before it even had a chance, otherwise the white wines from 2015 are among the best white wines in the world in terms of value and quality. Read more

 –  Darren Smith writes about the modern implementation of biodynamic viticulture, which has especially in Austria many followers. Read more

 –  As a result of an Austrian Wine Tasting oganised by Winestate Dan Traucki goes in depth with Austrian indigenous grape varieties. Read more

 –  Ravi Joshi visited the VieVinum for the first time and describes his impressions of the fair and the numerous side events. Read more

 –  Darrel Joseph writes about GV, the VieVinum, new wine styles, about the significance of Wiener Gemischter Satz in Vienna and about the newly defined protected designation of origin for Austrian Sekt (sparkling wine). Read more

 –  In a blind tasting the Hong Kong Wine Society brings the potential of Blaufränkisch to a test. Roland Müksch summarizes the results of the tasting in this article. Read more

 –  Austria in movement. Rudolf Knoll reports about young winegrowers, new wine creations and experiments and also about a revival of old grapes and the new name of "Südoststeiermark". Read more

 –  In an interview given to Hvino News, Frank Roeder MW praises the AWMB's marketing strategy as exemplary and paradigmatic for other countries. Read more