The son of Mechthild and Bartholdi, and the brother of Joshuari and Timotheus. He is the bird of paradise in the Oggau vineyard family and a globetrotter, whose fascinating and interesting personality has a phenomenal effect on women. His main characterstics are his good sense of humor and athletic build. He still believes firmly that he is the father of Wiltrude’s daughter Theodora.
Whenever Emmeram is around, he delights us with his dry humour and open-minded attitude to life. Elusive in nature, still he spices up our lives with his charming character and unique expressions of the limestone terroir where he grew. He’s simultaneously humble and supremely self-assured.
Head in the clouds and feet in the ground. Through his eyes we see the world in a brighter light. Re-evaluating, re-thinking, understanding that what’s right for us, might not be right for another. So, let Emmeram be an example to all of us. To live without prejudice and enjoy the unpredictability and beauty of nature with every sip you take.
The Burgenland wine region is located in eastern Austria, bordering Hungary to the east. It is one of Austria’s leading wine-producing areas and is known for its diverse range of high-quality wines. The region is characterized by a continental climate, with warm summers and cold winters, and a variety of soil types that contribute to the unique terroir of the wines produced there.
It also has a rich history and has made significant strides in improving the quality of its wines in recent years. The region’s commitment to sustainable and innovative winemaking practices has garnered international recognition for its unique and exceptional wines.
Grapes are hand harvested and destemmed. Fermentation takes place in used 500-liter barrels. The wine stays in these barrels for an elevage of about 12 months, with no batonnage. The wine is bottled unfined, unfiltered, and with zero addition of sulfur.