Winery

Meinklang

As a holistic family project, the Demeter farm Meinklang in the midst of the world cultural heritage on the eastern shores of Lake Neusiedl sets new agricultural standards and the wine scene an almost colorful diversity.

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"The highest form of agriculture is that which sustains itself fruitfully and thus also becomes independent."

- Michlits Family

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Grape variety
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White mulatschak 2021

winestyle-img Fresh & Juicy
Fruity
Like a fruit basket of fresh fruit: From citrus to peach, apple, pear, to cherry, raspberry or plum.
Vegetative
Quaffable, Animating
12,00 €
16,00 €/L

Foam Vulkan Pet Nat 2021

winestyle-img Fresh & Juicy
Fruity
Like a fruit basket of fresh fruit: From citrus to peach, apple, pear, to cherry, raspberry or plum.
Vegetative
Lively, Juicy
12,00 €
16,00 €/L

House, farm, people, animals, agriculture - Meinklang

A farm as an organism, supported not only by people, but also by living creatures and animals, which contribute an essential part in the so-called farm individuality with all its diversity and complexity. At Meinklang, the vineyard is seen as a biotope, protected and surrounded by natural varnishes and valuable greening plants.

The multi-generation farm is basically a versatile farm, an independent mixed economy, managed according to gut feeling and instinct. The greenery is a natural competitor to the vines, a kind of deliberate competition for nutrients, which has an extremely positive effect on the development of aromas and phenols in the grapes. And you can taste this liveliness and freshness with every sip. Only a living soil ensures vital and robust vines, which in turn produce a wine that is completely authentic and full of character.

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As if the wines were not beautiful by themselves

The vineyards of the Michlits family extend to the Hungarian side up to Mount Somló. On the Austrian side, classic grape varieties such as Blaufränkisch and Grüner Veltliner are cultivated, while on the Hungarian side, you find the autochthonous (= native) grape varieties Harslevelü and Juhfark.

The natural winesare mostly vinified in concrete eggs, a completely new method in modern viticulture that gives the must just the right amount of natural oxygen. However, the history of this storage method goes back to the Romans, who used concrete containers as water reservoirs. There are no modern, high-tech bells and whistles in the cellar and, of course, no further fining, as if the wines were not beautiful on their own.

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The vineyards of the Michlits family extend to the Hungarian side up to Mount Somló. On the Austrian side, classic grape varieties such as Blaufränkisch and Grüner Veltliner are cultivated, while on the Hungarian side, the autochthonous (= native) grape varieties Harslevelü and Juhfark grow. Natural wines are mostly matured in concrete eggs, a completely new method in modern viticulture that gives the must exactly the right amount of natural oxygen. However, the history of this storage method goes back to the Romans, who used concrete containers as water reservoirs. There are no modern, high-tech bells and whistles in the cellar and, of course, no further fining, as if the wines were not beautiful on their own.