Collection: Weingut Stadlmann

Niederosterreich, Austria

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Weingut Stadlmann is owned and managed by Johann Stadlemann VII. With a winemaking legacy that dates back seven generations, Johann gained additional winemaking experience in Alsace, Germany, and Italy before turning his attention to his home of Austria. Weingurt Dtadlemann’s 20 hectares of vineyards stretch across 35 separate parcels in the northern part of the Thermenregion, a chain of east-facing slopes with mixed limestone and clay soils.

If this topography evokes thoughts of Burgundy, you are not alone. Twelfth- century Cistercian monks shared this impression and brought Burgundian varietals to the region. While wines produced from the indigenous Rotgipfler and Zierfandler varieties were the favorites of the Habsburg monarchs, it was actually a Rotgipfler from the Thermenregion actually took first prize at the Paris Exposition of 1855, the birthplace of the Bordeaux classification system. Today, Johann’s wines showcase the flavours of Pinot Noir as well as native varietals thanks to a wine making process that, unlike Burgundian producers, eschews the use of oak entirely.