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Our wines

Grüner Veltliner Kamptal DAC


Pale light-yellow. Youthful Grüner with peppery and herbal notes, some citrus and apple. Crispy palate with pure fruit and a good grip on the tounge. Lingering fruit and aftertaste.
*88 points* - FALSTAFF Wein-Guide
12,5 %vol and dry

Grüner Veltliner Kamptal DAC Reserve Ried Karl


Light yellow-golden with a green hue. Some roasted notes, peppery and spicy with citrus and ripe pear. A dense palate with plenty of extract, ripe and yellow fruit and a long finish.
13,5 %vol and dry

Riesling Kamptal DAC


Bright light yellow with a green hue. Fresh and fragrant nose, floral with light stone fruit, apricot and peach, bracing acidity with medium body and length.
*4-glasses* - Wein-Guide WEISS 2017
12,5 %vol and dry

Riesling Kamptal DAC Reserve Ried Gaisberg


Bright light golden. Ripe, intense nose. Sweetish yellow fruit, ripe citrus and peach with floral hints. Full palate with good extract and minerality. Vibrant acidity and persisting fruit in the end.
14 %vol and dry

Pinot Blanc Galgenberg


Bright yellow. Nutty and spicy with subtle citrus notes, a touch of green apple. Medium-bodied and on the palate with a bright freshness, zesty notes and minerality.
12,5 %vol and dry

Chardonnay Bleckenweg


Bright yellow with a green hue. Spicy-nutty, ripe sweetish aromas of yellow fruit, subtle citrus notes, juicy with fine minerality and long and bracing acidity. Opulent and long finish with persistent fruit.
*89 points* - FALSTAFF Wein-Guide
13 %vol and dry

Chardonnay Bleckenweg on oak


Bright golden yellow. Ripe, complex fruit, sweetish honeylike with roasty notes. Delicate vanilla with a smoky-spicy texture, fullbodied and lush minerality. Opulent and long finish. 12 months in new oak.
*91 points* - FALSTAFF Wein-Guide
14 %vol and dry

Sauvignon Blanc Bleckenweg


Pale straw yellow. Tropical fruit, with gooseberry and elderberry along with some grassy notes. On the palate spicy and intense fruit with good minerality and vibrant acidity.
12,5 %vol and dry



Bright medium pink. Floral and fruity nose with some citrus and cherry. Medium body with a good grip and a medium to long, pure finish.

12%vol and dry

Blauer Zweigelt


Bright ruby ​​red. Cherry and red plum fruit with some spices in the nose. Medium-bodied on the palate with hints of cinnamon and a mild-spicy texture. Soft tannin structure. Round and juicy in the finish.

12,5%vol and dry

Our cellar

It´s just a few weeks to months from the grape to the "finished" wine. In this short period it´s very important for us to keep control at all times. All our musts are taken from hand-selected grapes, which are gently pressed and clarified and brougth to our fermentation tanks. Skin contact is depending on the maturity and temperature of the material and can be up to 24 hours. A clean, temperature-controlled fermentation is achieved by adding cultivated yeasts. Temperature adjustments are being done during this process. All our wines are left on the lees until the time of bottling. A sole addition of sulfur ensures the fruitiness and development of the wine.

Kellergasse Galgenberg

It all has started here. In this traditional cellar six meters topped by Löß the wines are being kept all year long at a constant temperature of 11°C.

Racking and filtration

In late spring after a few months of settling the wines are racked and filtered at once and then finished for bottling. However the Reserve wines are kept on the lees for about 12 months. We believe that our wines will keep the freshness and the bite this way.

Temperture control

It´s known that during alcoholic fermentation heat and CO² will be generated. Since many fruit esters are formed by the yeast during the fermentation we will keep the temperature constant and low.
By the way, since 2016 the energy needed for this is generated from a 20 KW photovoltaic plant. Another step towards sustainability!

Fermentation tanks

The best grapes deserve the best material! In other words; a clean environment is the best pre-condition to produce and develope outstanding wines!

Our vineyards

Kamptal vineyards (Rieden) 

Galgenberg - Gallows hill

With regard to our entire vineyard acreage this is the largest and closest one to the winery. Several lots of vineyards are located on the Galgenberg. The soil there is mostly gravel provided with sand and Löss or mixtures of these - an ideal site for Grüner Veltliner. By the way - our original wine cellar is located in the middle of the idyllic Kellergasse at the Galgenberg.


Is the sisterhill of the famous Heiligenstein. The subsoil also with primary rock, covered with a layer of Löss and clay. This is where our Riesling comes from.


A prime vineyard site on terraces planted with Grüner Veltliner and at the same time the oldest vineyard we own with more than 60 years of age.


Kammerner Grub

The Grub or Grubgraben lies embedded between the Heiligenstein and the Gaisberg. It´s where our oldest Zweigelt vineyard is placed. It´s a terraced vineyard with a special micro climate and soil. Not just known as a Ried, but also as find spot where human artifacts were found dating back to 19000 BC.


Is our largest vineyard complex consisting of 13 terraces with more than ten hectares. It lies high above the Kamptal and is also our most important Ried for Grüner Veltliner.


Weingut Etz

Hauptstrasse 27
A-3492 Walkersdorf
Telefon: +43 (0) 2735/2473
Telefax: +43 (0) 02735/2473-10


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Weingut Etz

Etz Wein KG

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3492 Walkersdorf

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