Gerhard Markowitsch's winery is the driving force behind the Carnuntum wine-growing region, east of Vienna. This small region has its own climate with rather cool temperatures, as is usual in Lower Austria, but with little rainfall, which reduces the risk of rot and thus gives the red wine vines plenty of time to mature.
The Markowitsch winery has also become internationally known for its red wines. In 1999, the Falstaff magazine named the winery "Winemaker of the Year" in Austria. Since then, Falstaff has consistently had the highest rating of 5/5 stars.
Of course, the Markowitsch white wines are also of real class. Since the daughter Johanna Markowitsch started production, the JOMA line was started for wines with the style of natural wine. Whatever you touch in the Markowitsch house, it belongs in its respective class to the seats in Austria.
The individual style of the top vineyards of Schüttenberg, Rosenberg, Aubühl, Scheibner and Kirchweingarten is also particularly important here, and the character of these should come out in the wines. The Zweigelt grape variety plays a key role in all red cuvées, which is intended to support the local character of the wines. Let yourself be inspired by the outstanding wines of the Markowitsch family. It's worth it.