An unusual name for an unusual vineyard. How Paul Triebaumer turned a site planted with a variety of grape vines into a prime location for Rust's showpiece varieties, whose fruits we can enjoy today.
Günter und Regina plaudern im Livestream mit Cousin Gerhard und Stephanie Triebaumer vom Weingut Ernst Triebaumer.
Clay, where originally there was none, meandering vines and ampelographic cuckoo eggs. The Plachen is very special in many ways. And that is exactly why we love it.
Nowadays, most of the wineries have made it the central point of their philosophy: how to deal with nature and its fruit.
Since 1691 the Triebaumer family has been resident in the free town of Rust. Wine and wine-growing lies in the long tradition of our family.
If you were to cast a glimps from Gillesberg or Oberer Wald on the vineyards around Rust and over the lake, you would recognize that this fragmented and unique region has something extraordinary about it.
From their brilliant onset on, our single vineyard wines Geyerumriss, Gillesberg, Plachen and Oberer Wald have been proverbially the talk of the town. Thus, it´s high time to take a closer look on the cradle of our top wines.
To make it clear right away: We are not a certified organic producer and we don´t act as if. But, we comply with 25 of 26 regulations governing organic winemaking - and that since 1971! Or in some aspects even longer . . .
“If I see a lake I do not need a sea.”
There are only few winegrowing communities world-wide where it is possible to produce top-quality white, red and sweet wines every year.