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Ried Steinbach 

The Steinbach location is a steep slope sloping to the southwest, in which our vines enjoy the light of the sun almost all day and can therefore develop a very ripe, full aroma. The soil consists of barren shell limestone, which forces the roots to penetrate deep into the subsoil and there, with the moisture, also take a lot of minerality with it. The lime makes the wines close-knit, well-structured and very compact. The Steinbach location is a steep slope sloping to the southwest, where our vines enjoy the light of the sun almost all day long and therefore develop a very ripe, full aroma. The soil consists of barren shell limestone, which forces the roots to penetrate deeply into the subsoil and, with the moisture, also take a lot of minerality with it. The lime makes the wines close-knit, well-structured and very compact.

Steier Mark

The steep slopes of southern Styria all for those who walk the world with a sense for the sublime. The fresh mountain air and sun give unique freshness and maturity to our wines.

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Domaine Wolf Ried Steinbach

Handpicked grapes

All our grapes are handpicked.

Handpicked grapes

The harvest is the decisive culmination of a whole year of work. During harvest each grape is carefully examined and selected for maturity and health.

Burgen Land

Gentle hills, heavy clay soils and a long, sunny autumn are the ideal conditions for full, aromatic red wines. Burgenland is famous for it. Theie maturity potential is almost infinite.

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Domaine Wolf Ried Steinbach

Wine stored in wooden barrels

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Wine stored in wooden barrels

Wooden barrels have always been the best way to let wines mature. The slower the oak grows, the denser the structure of the wood fibers, and more suitable the barrel is for the careful maturation over several years. Harmony and balance have a lot to do with time and rest.

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The Trio

Siegfried
Wolf

Sigi Wolf was born in Styria into a farming family with many children. He learned mechanical engineering and had a meteoric career in Austria, Canada and Russia. His longing for home led him back again. In 2018 he acquired the first vineyards in Central Burgenland and Southern Styria. In 2020 he launched the first Domaine Wolf wines.

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albert
gesellmann

Albert Gesellmann is one of the most renowned winemakers in Burgenland. His winery has received international awards. For Domaine Wolf, he looks after the vineyards and wines in Central Burgenland.

Reinhard
Muster

Reinhard Muster is a winemaker of conviction and a passionate South Styrian. In addition to his own winery, he is also responsible for the Styrian vineyards and wines of Domaine Wolf.

Beauty is an inner balance that lasts forever.