Winery

Loimer

Fred Loimer is a trendsetter, fanatic of quality and a true pioneer of the Austrian wine industry, who already set a different tone in the 1990s.

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"The soil as a living organism that feels and thinks. It is the most important resource not only in agriculture, but for humanity itself."

– Fred Loimer

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Manhart 2019

winestyle-img Fine & Layered
Floral
Like a fragrant flower meadow with notes like rose and jasmine blossoms and delicate meadow herbs.
Fruity
Like a fruit basket of fresh fruit: From citrus to peach, apple, pear, to cherry, raspberry or plum.
Smooth, Juicy
15,50 €
20,67 €/L
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Muskateller mit Achtung 2017

winestyle-img Fine & Layered
Floral
Like a fragrant flower meadow with notes like rose and jasmine blossoms and delicate meadow herbs.
Vegetative
Structured, Juicy
19,50 €
26,00 €/L

Pet Nat mit ACHTUNG 2021

winestyle-img Fresh & Juicy
Fruity
Like a fruit basket of fresh fruit: From citrus to peach, apple, pear, to cherry, raspberry or plum.
Floral
Like a fragrant flower meadow with notes like rose and jasmine blossoms and delicate meadow herbs.
Animating
15,50 €
20,67 €/L

Fred Loimer's wines are playful individuals with its own signature, leading the way for modern Kamptal

Langenlois is the capital of the Kamptal, at least when it comes to wine. From the south, where the Kamp River opens up to the Danube, Langenlois receives a lot of sun and warmth, while the Waldviertel in the north sends the cool air. The soil conditions are equally contrasting: the vineyards stand on metre-thick layers of loess, sandstone and mica slate, 95 percent of which are planted with white grape varieties.

Fred Loimer's vineyards cover a total of 45 hectares, with Grüner Veltliner clearly the local hero and 30 percent planted with Rheinriesling. The wines are not heavyweights or fat bombs, they are delicate lightweights and playful individuals that bear Loimer's signature and are groundbreaking for the modern Kamptal.

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The idea of biodynamic agriculture is the so-called farm individuality.

Nothing more and nothing less than the future of wine, as Fred Loimer is convinced. The conversion to biodynamic agriculture began in 2006 and was still uncharted territory for many at the time, but full of promise. However, many winegrowers joined this conviction and the community "respekt-BIODYN" was founded. An idea to implement biodynamics consistently in viticulture and to regard one's farm as a living organism that produces all that is needed for healthy agriculture.

"The soil as a living organism that feels and thinks. It is the most important resource not only in agriculture but for humanity itself. This respect for the soil is certainly the biggest difference to classical agriculture," says Fred Loimer.