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Big bottle time. The grape variety Morillon is internationally known as Chardonnay. Very elegant and puristic wine. Hints of chocolate, quince and lemon zest. Fine acidity structure with long finish.




Also available as: 0,75lt

The old vines of single vineyard Rossberg grow in the community Glanz. The vineyard is dominated by stony marl soil (Opok). After natural fermentation this wine was matured 18 months sur lie in small neutral oak casks. Bottled unfined and unfiltered.

Long ageing potential of 15 years and more.

Vintage: 2019

Grape Variety: Morillon

Appellation: Single Vineyard Wine Südsteiermark DAC

Classification: Single Vineyard Wine

Vinification: After natural fermentation 18 months sur lie in small neutral oak barrels; bottled unfiltered.

Alcohol: 12,5 % vol.

Residual Sugar: 1,2 g/l RS dry

Acidity: 6,2 g/l tbS

Single Vineyard Wine

These wines contain the power and beauty of a single location. Privileged by their special terroir, wines full of individuality are created. The grapes are picked selectively and by hand. Only the best grapes are fermented into these expressive and long-lasting wines.

Organic Farming

Organic agriculture AT-BIO 402.




Robert Parker

Ried Rossberg

A vineyard facing South-Southeast, on 340 - 470 m above sea level, that is characterized by especially fertile “Opok” limestone. The combination of those factors produce unique wines of profound minerality.

family business since 1959

100% in-house production

authentical wines of origin

organic agriculture AT-BIO-402

careful manual labour

slow and gentle maturation of the wines

hand harvested grapes

natural and spontaneous fermentation

Wine is not static.
It evolves, matures and changes over time.

Armin Tement

Our Standards

More than 15 years ago we started taking the first steps towards organic farming. We are now in the phase to convert to biodynamics. A logical step for us and a beginning without end. Every year we learn something new, observe nature and get closer to it bit by bit. We see our business as a form of modern circular economy in which wine is part of an overall concept. Partnerships with horse and cattle farmers have just as much space here as the use of the company’s own forest for energy production. Wine as a way of life.