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Two countries - one philosophy

Domaine Wilfersdorf

The name Liechtenstein has been inextricably linked with the town of Wilfersdorf in the northeast of Austria for centuries.

The winery has been family-owned since 1436, and is surrounded by numerous historical monuments, such as Wilfersdorf Palace, attesting to the long tradition of Princely viticulture. A distinctive, cool climate and fertile loess soils characterize the terroir of the vineyards, producing characteristic wines with fine acidity. The grapes grown in the single vineyards Karlsberg and Johannesberg, ripen to distinctive freshness and their wines inspired by both tradition and passion.

Domaine Vaduz

Back in 1712, Prince Johann Adam I of Liechtenstein acquired the County of Vaduz, including the single vineyard. Herawingert, one of the oldest vineyards in the Principality of Liechtenstein.

With its 4 hectares it represents the heart of the country's viticulture today and one of the best vineyards in the Rhine Valley. Thanks to the southwest exposure, mild climate and rich schist and calcareous soil, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay enjoy ideal growing and ripening conditions.

The way we make our wines follows a clear philosophy.

Our aim is to make lively wines with character that reflect our exceptional vineyards, the long tradition of Princely winemaking, and the family’s unique culture. Freshness, precision, authenticity and inspiration characterize our work, from vineyard to the finished wine. Our wines are meticulously cared for until they fully embody their individual character. To do this, we use both traditional and modern cultivation and vinification techniques.

In Liechtenstein, winemaker Sebastian Gunsch is supported by the team of renowned consultant Stéphane Derenoncourt. The 4 hectares at Herawingert are cultivated by hand, creating a nuanced style of Pinot Noirs and Chardonnay characterized by the calcareous and schist soils.

In the new press and fermentation cellar and the centuries-old barrel cellars in Lower Austria, small batches of Grüner Veltliner, Riesling, Zweigelt and Merlot age to develop their fine structure and distinctive vintage characteristics. The internationally experienced and passionate team creates wines with great structure, expression and personality.


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