Wine Guide “Rot & Süß 2021”
Seeberg Alte Reben Trockenbeerenauslese 2019 scored 98 out of 100 points and ranked on 1st place in the category Beerenauslese, Trockenbeerenauslese, Ice wine, straw wine.
Wine Enthusiast Advanced Buying Guide
issue February/March 2021
LOIMER Langenlois Seeberg Riesling 2018 – 97 points
“Ripe red apple, dried orange peel and sundried hay come together and make for a most resonant, appetizing nose. The palate has a gorgeously creamy, smooth texture, like melting, ripe red-apple flesh, that is outlined by the soaring purity of citrus oil. What a wonderfully concentrated, textured and individual wine. What effortless balance, what smooth, balm-like yet fresh joy.”
LOIMER Langenlois Käferberg Grüner Veltliner 2018 – 96 points
“Notes of chalky earth and wet moss immediately lend resonance and wild freshness on nose. On the palate, several elements come alive. At first a bright, zesty notion of citrus and apple peel freshness, then a beautifully textured mouthfeel that is mouthwatering and juicy, followed by gorgeous Mirabelle fruit and a savory note reminiscent of peppery, salty miso paste. The finish is an aura of clean, almost luminous freshness.”
Falstaff Kamptal DAC Cup 2020
Gourmetwelten – Riedencup Rot 2020
Vinum – Europe´s Wine Magazine
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Decanter World Wine Awards: Gold for Extra Brut Reserve
Langenlois Große Reserve 2013 – best sparkling wine of Vinaria-sparkling wine tasting
Our sparkling wine “Langenlois Große Reserve 2013 Blanc de blancs Brut Nature” ranked with 17.3 points on the first place of sparkling wine tasting (Vinaria issue (04/2020).
Kamptal Riesling 2019, Kamptal DAC convinced at Die Presse tasting for wines up to 12 € with an outstanding price performance ratio.
Tasting note: Bright yellow, spring-like scent of meadow flowers, dried lemon zest and fresh apricots; sparkling clean fruit, limes, oranges, excellent drinking flow, lively acidity, elegant fruit extract that lingers for a long time, excellent variety.
Extra Brut emerged as the winner in the “sparkling wine” category with 93 points.
94 points for Ried Käferberg Grüner Veltliner 2017
“A very shy nose gives a faint hint of dandelion blossom and butter. The palate continues with this rounded, ripe and smooth theme, bringing out even more butteriness but also a textured counterbalance of pithy concentration that tingles on the tongue with pepper and hay notes. Both citrus and rounded butteriness unite for a lasting, mellow, rich finish.”
95 points for Ried Heiligenstein Riesling 2017
“Yeasty, reductive funk still dominates the nose and lets none of the fruit shine through—but is nonetheless promising. The mellow palate also showcases yeasty notes, but here they are salty and textural, mixed in with an apple and lemon freshness that draws attention to the concentration on the creamy, textured palate. This is a wine that still needs to come out of its shell, but what lies in wait is racy, zesty and interesting.”