It’s always the quiet ones you have to watch out for. Such is the case with Karl and Helga Maglock’s “Wald terrassen,” a blend of 50% Riesling and 50% Welschriesling, sourced from vines that were planted in 1976 and 1994. The vines thrived in a steeply terraced, heavily forested vineyard that was exceedingly difficult to work. So much so, in fact, that only 20 cases of this wine are produced a year. The resulting wine is soft, gentle, and mineral driven, like a quietly flowing stream.
- The Vineyard Project began in the fall of 2019; its aim was to connect soulful - yet overlooked - vineyards with soulful growers.
- The process is about the people behind the wine, and showcases terroirs from Germany’s Mosel to Austria’s Burgenland.
- Vineyard Project 003 is the first Austrian project with Martin Arndorfer in the Kamptal.
- When Martin retired, he began working this plot with his wife.
- Tranquility gardens.
- Pause buttons.
- Kimchi stew.