Gut Oggau, Atanasius Rot, 2018, 750 ml
Blaufrankish, Zweigelt blend from these Austrian favorites. Grab it while you can!
Strohmeier, Lys-rod No. 30, 750 ml
Strohmeier has been responsible for some of our favorite wine moments. Blauer Wildbacher is the grape, the wine is pale and spicy with notes of blood orange rind, grapefruit, and wild berry.
Christian Tschida, Birdscape, 2019, 750ml
Birdscape is made with what Christian calls “Pink Maceration,” a very light extraction with just a small amount of contact with the skins, to result in a very dark rosé, or perhaps a very light red wine. Yum.
Gut Oggau, Josephine, 2017, 750 ml
Gut Oggau describes Josephine as 'Bright and playful, yet warm and caring.' A blend of Blaufrankisch and Roesler that has some crunch, lively acidity, and energy that we've come to love from this cult winery.
The natural wine powerhouse Tschida's 10 anniversary vintage, from the eastern most part of Austria, these wines are always standing tall. The Himmel Auf Erden Rot is Cabernet Sauvignon and Zweigelt, notes of sour raspberry, pepper, and earth. Quality rig Read more
Christian Tschida, Himmel Auf Erden Rot, 2017, 750 ml
The natural wine powerhouse Tschida's 10 anniversary vintage, from the eastern most part of Austria, these wines are always standing tall. The Himmel Auf Erden Rot is Cabernet Sauvignon and Zweigelt, notes of sour raspberry, pepper, and earth. Quality rig
Strohmeier, TLZ Indigo, 2017, 750 ml
What a magical wine this is. Indigo is Blauer Wildbacher from 35-39 years in the hands of Franz Strohmeier - a visionary natural winemaker, working in the Steiermark part of Styria, known as the “Green Heart” of Austria
Tschida, Felsen II, 2018, 750 ml
Tschida has a way with wines, often developing a "have to have it" sense by the true believers. The Felsen II is all Austrian Syrah with notes of smoked pepper, spice, and cassis.