Traditionally there were small mixed farms in the area, but they always grew vines. In 1975 Matthias Beck took over from his father and started to focus on wine only, they started with 5 ha. Today the Beck estate has 15 ha of vines. In 2001 Judith took over responsibility for the cellar after gaining experience in France, Italy and Chile.
Pannonian climate: Easy winters, mild, wet springs, very dry and hot summers and stable autumns together with the influence of the Neusiedler
“Seewinkelschotter”, black earth and gravel, 130 m altitude VITICULTURE: Guyot simple
• Manual harvested
• Whole bunch pressed
• Spontaneous fermentation in old Acacia wood casks
• Indigenous yeast
• Aged on the lees for 6 months
• Fined with bentonite
Brilliant pale gold-yellow in the glass. The wine has refreshing aromas of citrus, pears and white peaches. The palate is full-bodied and well-structured with balanced fruit and acidity, a long finish and good ageing potential.
Fish, shellfish or poultry.
Weingut Judith Beck