When it comes to cult wine in Austria its hard to look past wife and husband Stephanie and Eduard Tscheppe-Eselbock of Gut Oggau.
Gut Oggau was formed in 2007 in Burgenland on one of the oldest properties in the region, with some manor walls dating back to the 17th century. However unlike in peoples fantasies this vineyard had been neglected and left to deteriorate for 20 years. So Stephanie and Eduard had their work cut out for them. Although due to this neglect the vines have had any semblance of pesticides and chemical treatments washed away and allowed Gut Oggau to jump straight into producing wines of biodynamic principles.
Stephanie and Eduard only work with native varietals and produce distinct and breathtaking wines that seem to disappear as quickly as they arrive.