Lukowitz is proud to trace its heritage to the verdant hills of Austria. From these parts we offer wines that have been made with nothing but the terroir’s own grape, adding no yeast, colouring, sulfites or other additives. All grapes used are grown biodynamic.
Judith Beck, Weissburgunder 2015.
Pale golden-yellow colour, refreshing aromas of citrus, pears and white peaches. Full-bodied and well structured on the palate with balanced fruit, acidity and a long finish. Weissburgunder is more commonly known as Pinot blanc. Committed to biodynamic methods, Judith Beck is a young grower that took to completely biodynamic principles in 2005 when taking over her father’s vineyard.
Meinklang, Burgenlandrot 2014.
A cuvée of Gamay, Zweigelt and St. Laurent which are two typical Austrian local grapes, it is unassuming but very juicy and fruity with strong hints of cherry. Meinklang is a biodynamic family farm taking its name from the tolling of the cowbells in the herd that roams the farm’s hillside. Besides producing wine and keeping cattle, Meinklang grows heirloom fruit and vegetables and brews its own beer.