Königsbrunn - Wagram - Austria
The Schabl Winery is a family business from Königsbrunn am Wagram. As the fifth generation, we manage the farm organically, because we see winemaking as a craft that involves not only creative work but also responsibility for nature and mankind.
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Hooray, best Austrian PET NAT!
PET NAT Schaumwein brut 2020
Falstaff Tasting: Sparkling Special 2021 - Pet Nat
Delicately cloudy underlaid light yellow-green, silver reflections, fine perlage. Attractive white tropical fruit, nuances of vineyard peach, a hint of fresh lychees, backed by lime zest. Taut, juicy fruit, a touch of passion fruit, lively acidity framework, perfectly balanced, sturdy stone fruit touch, mineral and long, convincing style.
The Wine Merchant
Breakthrough Wines: Austria 2020
We are very happy to be among the TOP 30 wines!
Another Roter Veltliner that prompted praise acrose the board, this time from a fith-generation family, organic producer in Königsbrunn am Wagram.
Roter Veltliner Königsbrunn 2019
"Waxy nose with stone fruits, apple and pepper," said one judge. "Some smokiness and butterscotch. Ripe and richly mouth-coating. Loads of peach. Hints of egg custard. Textured and silky, feels lovely and defined. Smoke, quince, spice on the finish. The wine is easy to love. it also offers something different to the rest of my Austrian wines."
See the Wine Merchant magazine
Gault & Millau Wine Guide 2022
The Schabls' winery is a highly sympathetically run business in the heart of Königsbrunn. Here, a number of heartfelt projects come together to form a successful, coherent whole: the winery is run organically, it is a member of the Gemeinwohlökonomie, and the entire wine series is true to the vintage and vegan. And: Together with other organic farms in the region and in the spirit of Slow Food, they are working on the care and further development of the autochthonous Red Veltliner.
18 points: Roter Veltliner Reserve Slow Food Presidio 2019
17 points: Rebell Naturell 2020
17 points: Grüner Veltliner Reserve 2019
17 points: Roter Veltliner Ried Hochrain Slow Food Presidio 2019
17 points: Weißburgunder Ried Rainthal 2020
16,5 points: Grüner Veltliner Ried Morthal 2020
16 points: Grüner Veltliner Ried Hochrain 2020
16 points: Roter Veltliner Königsbrunn 2020
16 points: Grüner Veltliner Ruppersthal 2020
Podcast Interpreting Wine
On September 11th Lawrence Francis from the English Podcast Interpreting Wine visited us on our farm. In this eight-part series about the Wagram you will learn a lot about the history, the wines and the wine culture of the Wagram. For the first episode Lawrence interviewed Paul about our winery.
Part 1: Winery Schabl
Part 1-8: The Wagram Region