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You are buying en primeur wine, this means you are buying it the best price because you are paying now but you will receive it it from the end of next summer, once the winery finishes with its elaboration.
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Characteristics of Gut Oggau Rot
Gut Oggau Rot is a natural red wine made with the Zweigelt and Blaunfrankisch varieties in the Austrian winery Gut Oggau located in Neusiedlersee-Hügelland (Burgenland).
Since 2007, Gut Oggau has been run by Stephanie and Eduard Tscheppe, a couple of winemakers who acquired the 18 hectares of vineyards to extract their maximum expression in the most natural way. Each of their wines are identified with a unique character. So much so that each of their productions is given a fictional character from the great Gut Oggau family.
Specifically, Gut Oggau Rot is made from vines from three different plots that are planted in gravel, limestone and shale soils. The strains are all Demeter-certified and cultivated using biodynamic and organic agriculture. The whole harvest is carried out by hand.
In the winery, the Gut Oggau Rot grapes are destemmed and alcoholic fermentation happens spontaneously in used 500- and 1,200-litre barrels with native yeasts. The juice macerates for approximately 3 weeks in contact with the skins. The wine then ages in the same barrels for about 12 months, without batonnage. When ready, the wine is bottled without refining, filtering or adding sulphur.
Gut Oggau Rot is part of a very low but high quality production. A mixture of grapes from the Atanasius, Joschuar and Bertholdi red wines, which combines the intensity of the old vines with the freshness of the young vines.