Weingut Jurtschitsch KG

About

WINERY NAME Weingut Jurtschitsch KG
ADDRESS Rudolfstraße 39
3552 Langenlois
WEBSITE www.jurtschitsch.com
COUNTRY Österreich
GROWING AREA Kamptal
SIZE (HA/ACRES) 62 ha
OWNER Family Jurtschitsch
PRODUCTION 500000 bottles
WINE MAKER Alwin & Stef Jurtschitsch
GRAPE VARITIES GV,RR,SB,WB,CH,ZW,CS,BF,ME,PN
FOUNDED 1541

Philosophy

Over the past generation, the Jurtschitsch winery in Langenlois / Kamptal has grown into one of the most prominent top wineries in Austria. Having being run by the three brothers Edwin, Paul and Karl Jurtschitsch, the family-owned winery has now been passed on to the younger generation, to Alwin and Stefanie Jurtschitsch.

 

This family business succession has been prepared thoroughly. The couple travelled around the world, gathering experience in New Zealand and Australia. Working as interns in famed wineries in France, they got to know the French school of the Old Wine World. "It was a wonderful time and we learnt a lot. Now, we can put the ideas and the experience we have gained into practice back home in the Kamptal", explains Alwin Jurtschitsch.

 

A first step was the change-over to an organic cultivation of the family-owned vineyards. It was followed by a reduction of the wine-growing sites so that they could concentrate of the first-class appellations of the Kamp Tal. And all this went smoothly and with a great deal of sensitivity and respect for tradition.

 

The wine philosophy also underwent a transformation: "Our wine style became more 'polarising', characterised by the idea of terroirs without compromise", says Stefanie Jurtschitsch.

 

They produce wines which let the vineyards and soils speak for themselves, even about the winegrower who cares for them. "Yes, we are farmers", Alwin Jurtschitsch stresses, "this is our work, our tradition and handcraft in the best sense of the word." In the cellar, all this is turned into a work of art. The wines shine in multi-faceted elegance, offering drinking pleasure at highest level without being baroque and heavy. The Grüner Veltliner wines interpret the Kamp Valley's spiciness at its finest, while the Rieslings impress with their crystalline minerality.





Heiligenstein Riesling trocken Reserve

2010

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