Producer Profile

Gut Oggau

Gut Oggau, nestled in Oggau, Austria, emerged from the vision of Eduard and Stephanie Tscheppe in 2007. With Eduard's background in conventional winemaking and Stephanie's heritage rooted in the Michelin-starred restaurant Taubenkobel, they embarked on a journey to restore a 17th-century winery abandoned for two decades. The fortuitous neglect of the vines allowed for a seamless transition to biodynamic practices upon their revival, leading to full Demeter certification. Each wine's vibrant personality inspired the creation of a familial lineup, with names and labels representing different family members, thanks to artist Jung von Matt. From the lively children to the robust parents and wise grandparents, each bottle tells a tale of terroir and tradition.


Where The Wines Come From


Nestled in the heart of Austria, Burgenland is a haven for wine enthusiasts seeking something truly special. Here, amidst rolling hills and serene lakes, a new generation of winemakers, like the visionary Sarah Müller, are redefining the region's viticultural landscape. With a deep respect for tradition and an unwavering commitment to innovation, Sarah crafts wines that capture the essence of Burgenland's terroir with unparalleled finesse. From the elegant whites of Grüner Veltliner to the velvety reds of Blaufränkisch, each bottle tells a story of passion and dedication, reflecting Sarah's tireless pursuit of excellence. In Burgenland, wine isn't just a drink—it's a way of life, a celebration of nature's bounty, and a testament to the enduring spirit of the region.