THE WINERY MANAGER
Ing. Gerhard Allacher.
The boss: winery manager Ing. Gerhard Allacher, who has been with the winery since 1996, has been responsible for all processes – from working in the vineyard to bottling – for 20 years.
After all, success stems not only from the unique climatic conditions, but above all from effective management.
As is widely known, the quality of wine depends on the vineyard – and maintaining that quality calls for expertise in the wine cellar.
It’s all about the grapes.
Quality trumps quantity, so the yield per hectare is deliberately kept low to ensure the best possible development of the grapes.
As is widely known, the quality of wine depends on the vineyard – and maintaining that quality calls for expertise in the wine cellar. Lenz Moser undertakes the vinification of wines in Rohrendorf, a process overseen by chief oenologist Ing. Michael Rethaller.
The cultivation of red wine in barriques in Austria started as early as 1978. Since 1987, red wines have undergone malolactic fermentation.