Weingut Claus Preisinger
Weingut Claus Preisinger - innovative viticulture with a relationship to nature
The winery Claus Preisinger is a still young business located in the Austrian town of Gols in Burgenland. The climate in Northern Burgenland is characterised by the location of Lake Neusiedl in the north and the foothills of the Alps in the south and is described as Pannonian. The summers are relatively warm, dry and characterized by a high number of hours of sunshine. The winters are cold, but also dry.
For Claus Preisinger, born in 1980, quality awareness and a love of nature play an important role in the cultivation of his wines. Preisinger cultivates 19 hectares of vineyards, which are divided into 64 parcels. He cultivates 90% of red grape varieties such as Sankt Laurent, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Zweigelt and Blaufränkisch. White varieties of Pinot Blanc and Chardonnay can be found on the Preisinger estate.
Claus Preisinger himself describes his work as low-tech, purist and "from the gut". In the vineyard he likes to follow the principles of Rudolf Steiner's anthroposophist. In addition to greening and humus growth with compost preparation from cow and horse manure, Preisinger cultivates its plants according to homeopathic principles. Wines such as Pustza Libre, Paradigma and Pannobile are the result of this sustainable and innovative approach to winegrowing. Having been hand-picked and not only with reference to nature, but also in relation to nature, Preisinger does not take himself as an example of outstanding wines from large wineries, but sets off on a journey to create his own wines. Vintage vintages such as Bühl 2012, which convinces with aromas of dark berries, fine precious woods and a hint of chocolate, show that his concept is working.
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