Weingut Muster.Gamlitz

You will find our winery located in the beautiful wine region of South Styria, in the shadow of the Alps.

About the winery
Here at Weingut Muster Gamlitz, we believe that love is the primary ingredient in truly good wine. We have been following this trusted recipe for years. Dedicated to the craft and working together to bring you an authentic and trusted product. Balanced in taste, classic, and time-honoured. You will find our winery located in the beautiful wine region of South Styria. The illyrian climate is varied here in the shadow of the Alps. Contrasting weather conditions with hours of Mediterranean sunshine, vast temperature fluctuations and heavy rain. Although it may not look promising at first glance, when we look closer we are aware of the unique advantages these conditions offer us. And of course, we know that to create good wine, you must do so with calmness, serenity, and patience.

Learn more about Weingut Muster.Gamlitz and their facilities at:

http://www.muster-gamlitz.at

Location

South Styria

Opening Hours
Monday: 818: - 00Tuesday: 818: - 00Wednesday: 818: - 00Thursday: 818: - 00Friday: 818: - 00Saturday: 818: - 00Sunday: Closed
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Cellar door / shop
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Accommodation
No
Tastings
Yes - see more
Tours
No
Restaurant
No
Events / Weddings
No
Languages
English, German
Children friendly
No
Region
South Styria
Country
Austria
Organic
No
Grape varieties
Chardonnay, Grauburgunder, Muscadelle, WeissburgunderCabernet Sauvignon
History & Geography
A partnership was founded in 1974 from the friendship of two families. This was at a time when the Styrian wine industry was at the beginning of its success story and the wheel for Styrian viticulture was reinvented. Initially using the simplest of means and tools, a decent wine-growing business developed over three decades. In honor of this period, seven original Styrian wines are still being pressed today and traditionally sold under the name Dreisiebner & Muster. In the original cellar, which probably originated around 1850 (unfortunately no one knows exactly), we store our archive for full, aged wines.We steadily monitor these wines and will continue to do so over the coming decades – in order to gain knowledge for the next innovations.
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