The biodynamic wine dynasty is back! Discover Edward and Stephanie Tscheppe's GutOggau fictional family and iconic labels.
White 2016, Gruner Veltliner, Weissburgunder, Gewurztraminer, Welschriesling
A blend of all the white grapes, oldest and youngest vines together.
Theodora 2019, Gruner Veltliner/ Welschriesling
Citrus and salty aromas. Mineral and fresh on the nose. Dry on the palate with spices notes.
Timotheus 2018, Gruner Veltliner/ Weissburgunder
Rich texture, exotic flavours of wild flowers, tropical fruits and racy citrus notes.
Red 2016, Zweigelt/ Blaufrankisch
A blend of all the red grapes, it combines the intensity of the oldest vines with the freshness of the youngest ones together.
Joschuari 2017, 100% Blaufrankisch
Structured, vivid red fruits, notes of chalk and gravel, lovely freshness and grip.
Josephine 2018, Blaufrankisch/ Roesler
Ripe red fruits and spices combine with fresh acidity and vitality. Soft and balanced
About the winery
Stephanie Tscheppe-Eselböck and her husband Eduard Tscheppe grow wine in the Austrian province of Burgenland, in the market town Oggau. This wine-growing village is famous for its quality and its long tradition, dating back to the early Romans, who first produced red wine in Austria. In 2007, the couple, who comes from a Styrian family of vintners, started their vineyard following biodynamic principles, aiming to maintain the human interference at minimum. GutOggau features a selection of authentic, regional wines, each one with its own personality and character (literally), creating a unique wine family, a fascinating wine dynasty.