• Wine: Steinbach Alttenberg 1172 Grosses Gewachs Silvaner 2017 Appellation: Sommerhauser Steinbach Variety: Silvaner Vintage: 2017 Vine Age: 35 yrs Elevation: 180m Soil: Shell Limestone Yield: 4t/ha Vinification: Steel Aging: Steel Alcohol: 13% Description: A monumental Grosses Gewächs Slivaner. Sommerhausen’s celebrated Alttenberg is sourced from the most lauded parcel in the Steinbach vineyard, first documented in the year 1172. Exciting mouthfeel, dry and complex with loads of minerality and ripe fruit. Will age gracefully for at least a decade.
  • Wine: Sankt Anna Appellation: Weinberg Dolomiten IGT Variety: Schiava (Vernatsch ) Vintage: 2016 Vine Age: 5-55 yrs Elevation: 420-520m Soil: Porphyry, Volcanic Yield: 5-6t/ha Vinification: Steel/Large Oak Aging: Large Oak Alcohol: 12% Description: The most typical variety of the region. While typically made to be drunk very young, In Der Eben’s Sankt Anna Vernatsch is completely different. The largest vineyard parcel is more than 40 years old. The yields are low and the volcanic soils result in higher tannins so wine spends up to 2 years in large oak before an additional year in bottle before release.
  • Wine: Freistil Appellation: Weinberg Dolomiten IGT Variety: Merlot (60%), Lagrein (40%) Vintage: 2014/15 Vine Age: 15 yrs Elevation: 450m Soil: Porphyry, Volcanic Yield: 5-6t/ha Vinification: Steel Aging: Large Oak Alcohol: 14% Description: In Der Eben’s boldest expression with great structure and tannin. The grapes are grown in the same vineyard, harvested together and co-fermented. A classic Tyrolean field blend with the Merlot’s soft, round character balancing the wild and crisp nature of Lagrein.
  • Wine: von den Terrassen Appellation: Kremstal DAC Variety: Grüner Veltliner Vintage: 2019 Vine Age: 7-48 yrs Elevation: 200-330m Soil: Loess, Conglomerate Yield: 7t/ha Vinification: Steel Aging: Steel Alcohol: 12.5% Description: Grüner is king in Kremstal, where 70% of the vineyards, mostly loess terraces, are planted to the variety. It is here along the Danube where significant temperature swings between day and night help the ripening process while maintaining wonderful acidity and aroma. The von den Terrassen (of the Terracces!) Grüner Veltliner possesses lovely weight and complexity that align perfectly with the variety's hallmark acidity and freshness.
  • Wine Name: von den Terrassen Appellation: Kremstal DAC Variety: Riesling Vine Age: 7-48 years Elevation: 200-330m Soil Type: Loess, Conglomerate Yield: 6t/ha Vinification: Steel Aging: Steel Alcohol: 12.5% Farming: Biodynamic Description: A lovely dry Riesling in the Austrian style. Greenish, yellow hue with fine stone fruit aromas. On the palate precise, persistent and mineral, vivid and fresh.
  • Wine Name: Blumenthal Appellation: Weinviertel Variety: Grüner Veltliner Vine Age: 8-20 years Elevation: 220-250m Soil Type: Loess, Sandstone Yield: 5.5t/ha Vinification: Steel Aging: Steel Alcohol: 12.8% Farming: Organic Description: From just outside the lovely village of Blumenthal, the estate’s most powerful Grüner possesses typical varietal snap along with exotic notes and fantastic mouthfeel.  
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    Wine: Dornach 1 Appellation: Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT Variety: Pinot Bianco Vintage: 2018 Vine Age: 11 yrs Elevation: 310-340m Soil: Porphyry Yield: 8-9t/ha Vinification: Steel/Large Oak Aging: Steel/Large Oak Alcohol: 11.5% Description: Pinot Blanc needs certain things to truly thrive: complex soils, perfect sun exposure and a good breeze. Dornach, sitting at an elevation of 350 meters, in the idyllic Alto Adige region, is perfectly positioned to grow world class Pinot Blanc, and the farm’s embrace of the natural world and deft touch in the cellar creates a wine with intense personality and passion, meant for early, enjoyable drinking.
  • Wine Name: La Matota Appellation: Barbera d’Asti DOCG Variety: Barbera Vine Age: 15 years Elevation: 270m Soil Type: Calcareous Clay, Sand Yield: 5t/ha Vinification: Steel Aging: Steel Alcohol: 14% Farming: Organic with Biodynamic Principles Description: Shows the lovely freshness of a Barbera grown and made to be enjoyed upon release. Terroir driven and indicative of its natural surroundings and light touch in the cellar. Bottled unfiltered.
  • Wine: Grela Appellation: Langhe Variety: Freisa Vintage: 2019 Vine Age: 20 yrs Elevation: 499m Soil: Chalky Sand on Sandstone Layers Yield: 9t/ha Vinification: Steel Aging: 9 months Alcohol: 12.5% Farming: Sustainable Description: This lovely, bone dry rosé is an incredible discovery. The result of a decision to pick a specific vineyard site before an oncoming hail (‘grela’ in local Piemontese dialect) storm, this 100% Freisa rarity is balanced with refreshing acidity and an intense salty finish.
  • Wine: Freisa Appellation: Langhe DOC Variety: Friesa Vintage: 2018 Vine Age: 20 yrs Elevation: 499m Soil: Chalky Sand on Sandstone Layers Yield: 9t/ha Vinification: Steel, Oak Aging: 17 months Alcohol: 14% Farming: Sustainable Description: Freisa is Nebbiolo’s closest relative, a variety indigenous to Piedmont. The slightly wild and engaging cousin of Piedmont’s king grape, Freisa can boast the same assertive acidity and tannins but also offers a more accessible overall profile that shines in its youth yet ages beautifully. 499’s Freisa is seamless with juicy flavors, balanced, soft tannins and overall delicious drinkability.
  • Wine Name: Roccabella Appellation: Langhe DOC Variety: Nebbiolo Vine Age: 20-47 years Elevation: 200m Soil Type: Clay, Limestone Yield: 5t/ha Vinification: Steel Aging: Large Oak Alcohol 14.5% Farming: Organic with Biodynamic Principles Finishing: Unfiltered, Unfined Description: Lying just outside the Barolo zone in the commune of Roddi, the 1.5ha Roccabella vineyard produces an exquisite Nebbiolo full of sweet tannins, dark fruit and silky texture. The ideal introduction to Italy’s most noble grape made in Bocchino’s signature old world style.
  • Wine: Rosé Brut Appellation: Weinviertel Variety: Pinot Noir Vintage: NV Vine Age: 5-15 yrs Elevation: 220-240m Soil: Calcareous Loess Yield: 7.5t/ha Vinification: Steel/Large Oak Aging: Bottle Alcohol: 12.5%  Description: The Pinot Noir grapes are hand-picked at peak ripeness followed by gentle whole bunch pressing. The wine matures for 6 months in stainless steel tanks & big oak casks. After bottling for secondary fermentation, it rests for 2-3 years on the lees and then is hand riddled and disgorged at the estate.