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Theodora (weiss)
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Theodora (weiss)

QWt Burgenland, Gut Oggau, 2018

750 ml
Grape variety: Grüner Veltliner, Welschriesling
Producer: Gut Oggau
Origin: Austria / Burgenland / Neusiedlersee
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Article nr. 15080718
Grape variety: Grüner Veltliner, Welschriesling
Producer: Gut Oggau
Origin: Austria / Burgenland / Neusiedlersee


Pale gold with brilliant green tinge. Citrus nose of lemon and lime, a touch of honey, flowers and white stone fruit. Clean and elegant with a dominant minerality alongside delicate notes of peach and quince; a creamy feel with a bitter lingering finish riding on the minerality.


Origin: Austria / Burgenland / Neusiedlersee
Place name: Rieden rund um Oggau
Grape variety: Grüner Veltliner, Welschriesling
Maturity: 1 to 3 years
Serving temperature: 10 to 12 °C
Drinking suggestion: Apéro pastries, Apéro riche, Fresh water fish with cream sauce, Crispy roast chicken
Vinification: fermentation with grapes' own yeast, fermentation in wooden barrel
Maturation: in large wooden barrel/foudre, on the yeast
Bottling: no filtration
Maturation duration: 5 months
Volume: 11.5 %
Note: contains sulphites


Austria – Sumptuous culture, accessible to all

Austria is characterized by unbelievable topographical diversity. A flat steppe in the east, forests and hills in the Alpine regions, wetlands and Mediterranean landscapes in the south. This in addition to a rich tradition and even greater love. It’s no surprise that the Romans found joy on this patch of Earth and cultivated wine growing. Austrian wine is not abundant, but it is high quality.



Burgenland: Reds, sweets and other wonders

Burgenland is often referred to in Austria as the new wine world. In fact, wines – with exceptions like the nobly sweet Ruster Ausbruch – were almost entirely unknown here 20 years ago. Today, the most substantial red wines in Austria mature here. And the sweet wine scene is also stronger than ever before. Even the whites – for instance, in the Leitha Mountains – are on the upswing. The basis for this wine wonder are the various terroirs that overlay the land in a complex patchwork.

Grape varieties

Grüner Veltliner

From Austria to the world

With the Grüner Veltliner, the Austrians have conquered the world. In New York bars today, people order "a glass of Gruner" as nonchalantly as if they have never drunk anything else. Despite its name, it has nothing to do with the northern Italian region of Valtellina (Veltlin in German). It is a natural cross between Traminer and a grape Methuselah with a unique DNA profile, found in Sankt Georgen in the Leitha Mountains. As far as is known, this is the only stock of its kind. Grüner Veltliner demonstrates exceptional versatility. It yields fresh, lively whites with the typical “pfefferl” – a spicy, piquant note – as well as dense, mineral top wines. Sparkling and sweet wines are also pressed from them. In total, it occupies almost two-thirds of Austrian vineyards. It achieves its best along the Danube, around the Kamp Valley, in Kremstal or in the Wachau.


Stays noble in the cold

Welschriesling is grown on about ten percent of Austria’s cultivation area, but it is also widespread in Slovenia, Croatia, and Hungary. The origin of Welschriesling is entirely unknown. Despite its name, Welschriesling is not related to the Riesling. The word “welsch” means strange or foreign; Welschriesling likely originates in France or Italy, which were formerly referred to as Welschland.

Welschriesling ripens late, but it is nonetheless safe from winter frost. The vine needs deep soils with lots of nutrients, especially magnesium. If magnesium is lacking, the harvest will be significantly affected.