Winzer Kremser Schmidt Grune Veltliner Gruner Vetliner is the mostly widely planted grape in Austria. The wine can have very pleasant citrus and grapefruit aromas, white pepper and lentils. They can also show aromas of green beans or asparagus. Schmidt Zweigelt Sparkling, dark ruby garnet with purple reflections, a heavy core with violet rim as a sign of youth. High extract content. Clear nose with discreet echoes of cherry and young fruit aromas. Dry with a mild acidity, very soft tannin and very full bodied. Neckenmarkt Zwieigelt Zweigelt is an Austrian hybrid grape resulting from a cross between Blaufränkisch and St. Laurent. It produces medium-bodied wines with good acidity and soft tannins supporting slightly earthy - yet quite fruity - notes of dark cherry and black raspberry with spicy undertones.
Sattlerhof Winery is one of the leading and internationally most renowned wine estates in Southern Styria. The family business cultivates 30 hectares of vineyards, with Sauvignon Blanc as the most common variety. With the Hotel and Restaurant Sattlerhof, run by Hannes Sattler, the winery is among Styria’s top destinations for connoisseurs of fine food and wine. Weissburgunder (Pinot Blanc) Delicate pear and greengage fruit, brioche, rounded off with some cinnamon resonating with very fine woody notes, very vinous body, silky and concentrated, characteri´zed by shell limestone on the palate. Incredible Shell and coralline limestone, marl/clay/silt, thin sand covering. Protected south-facing basin-shaped site cultivated exclusively by Sattlerhof. With stewed beef, lamb, mature cheese.
RIEDER Since its foundation in 1218 the „jewel of the Mühlviertel“has been the spiritual and cultural center of our region. From that time onwards members of the Praemonstratensian fraternity have lived in the cloister. The gothic Church, a neo-baroque library with about 60,000 books and various art treasures are impressive. Don’t forget to taste the original „Schlägler“ beer. You can also go on a guided tour through the cloister’s brewery.
ABBEY SCHLAEGL AUSTRIA'S OLDEST & ONLY MONASTERY BREWERY. Since its foundation in 1218 the „jewel of the Mühlviertel“ has been the spiritual and cultural center of our region. From that time onwards members of the Praemonstratensian fraternity have lived in the cloister. The gothic Church, a neo-baroque library with about 60,000 books and various art treasures are impressive. Don’t forget to taste the original „Schlägler“ beer. You can also go on a guided tour through the cloister’s brewery. The only brewery in Austria 100% owned by a religious order. The old brewhouse in the monastery was in use from 1634 to 1884, when it was rebuilt and then used for another 70 years. In 1954 the current brewhouse was built, just outside the monastery.
Kristall no lomger available An Export style bottom fermented, light colored beer . This brew has a pleasant hops bitterness achieved with selected hops from the local Muehlviertel area. Local barleyis used to give the beer the intriguing (terroir) malt flavor and the solid body. It has a fresh, smooth taste with a fairly dry finish. Dopple Bock An amber- dark double-bock with a lot of malt flavor and robust body. A perfect balance with its pronounced hops bitterness. Barley and hops are from the local area. This most drinkable beer will be appreciated by all bock-beer aficionados. Red Ale no longer available This beer was brewed in honor of a famed local writer by the name of Adalbert Stifter. As cooling technics were not available at that time the beer was brewed with top fermentation yeast. Schlaegl kept the tradition and even maintain the open fermentation vat. Because of the selected barley used, the beer has a redish color appearance. Hence the name “Red Ale”. Abtei Pils The unusual Pils. Local hops supply the hops notes which are very pronounced in this beer. The body is heavier than most other Pils beers. A Pils that just does not conform to the standard Pils concept. But that makes it so intriguing. A superior class Pils rarely matched by other Pils beers. Urquell The Classic Lager beer. A beer you can drink from breakfast to bed time. Crystal clear water from the Bohemian forest, hops and barley from the surrounding Muehlviertel area make this light colored bottom fermented "Vollbier" with its pleasant soft hops bitterness very drinkable. A brew for any occasion! Roggen Gold - Rye Ale In the Muehlviertel land they grow the legendary “Schlaegl Rye” that is the base of the Roggen Gold. Austria’s one and only organic Rye beer. Local Aroma hops gives it the special note beer fans look for in the extra ordinary. "Light amber in color with a steady white head. Nose of malt, lemon, berry fruits and cereal. Beautifully balanced taste of the sweet malty cereal notes and the hoppy bitterness, very round and creamy. Smooth stuff. Recommended."
Maltz Koening Exclusively local barley and hops from the Muehlviertel area is used for this beer. It has a nuance of malt aromatic and is soft and smooth with a hint of sweetness at the finish and not bitter at all. Ideal for mixing.
HOFBRAU KALTENHAUSEN Home of Edelweiss is the „Hofbräu Kaltenhausen“brewery, not far from the city of Salzburg, in the middle of the Austrian Alps. Alodught Edelweiss beer was started in1986 the brewery it was founded in 1475 – this means more than 530 years of brewing tradition! It is the oldest brewery in the region oldest brewer of wheat beer in Austria. According to the brewery's website, the name Edelweiss is used as a metaphor for the beer's purity and singular uniqueness.
Edelweiss Beer Weissbier Hefetrüb back in stock Lightly hazy golden yellow color. Aromas of scallion corn pudding and banana custard have a delicate spiciness and follow through on a silky entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with polished depth and balance. Finishes with a long, zesty, banana nut muffin, parsley, and wafer fade. Delicious. The flower is not mentioned as an ingredient, but obtains its floral nature from the top fermented brewing process and its ingredients: pure alpine water directly from the mountains, wheat malt, barley malt, hops and top fermented yeast. Zipfer The home of the Zipfer Beer is Zipf. A little village in Upper Austria, close on the border to the federal state of Salzburg. The Zipfer is surely one of the best beers in Austria, if not the best. Its spicy, fine dry taste already excited generations of beer drinkers, and makes this beer to a timeless flavour experience.
ZIPFER‘s distinctive brand identity bottle is endowed with a twist-off crown and a wrap-around label.The logo is embedded in a light, up-to date and posh leitmotiv. The silver color, which has a technical touch to it, creates an exciting contrast to the blue and golden elements –thus creating a bridge between innovation and tradition. A slim-line glass with a rectangular base, the logo on a straight-wall “window” at the heel, accompanies the bottle –a daring step,individual and modern!