Anton Bauer

Anton Bauer, born in 1971, represents the 4th generation to manage the now 25-hectare winery. After his graduation from the School of Wine and Fruit Growing in Krems, Lower Austria, and a training in Burgundy he worked for more than four years as an oenologist with a renowned Lower Austrian winery. Since 1992, when he took over the winery from his parents, at this time 3,2-hectare, he has been uncompromisingly pursuing his ideas of quality, paying great attention to underlining the typically regional features and the terroir character of the wines that make them incomparable and unique.

This philosophy turned out to be a success, and his wines are continuously in great demand. The typically Austrian wines, topped with a certain international touch, stand their ground even in the most competitive world markets: 70% of the annual production is exported, with the most important customers being based in the United States, Great Britain, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands and in Belgium.

Wine Appellation
Gruner Veltliner Wagram
Rosé Zweigelt/Syrah/Merlot Wagram
Gmörk Grüner Veltliner Wagram
Rosenberg Vineyard Grüner Veltliner Wagram
Spiegel Grüner Veltliner Wagram
Berg Riesling Wagram
Pinot Noir Wagram
Zweigelt Wagram
Cuvee Zweigelt/Blaufränkisch/Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot Wagram
Cuvee Zweigelt/Blaufränkisch/Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot/Syrah Wagram
Available in: Maine, New Hampshire
Grown: Austria
The wine-growing region of Wagram received its new name in 2007, previously being known as Donauland. The name Wagram comes from "Wogenrain" meaning "shore". The vines are planted in two distinct zones; to the north and to the south of the Danube. The extensive geological features coupled with consistent weather and climatic patterns offer the prerequisites for producing full-bodied wines rich in aroma and flavour with textbook terrior attributes. The deep layers of loess, that were deposited on the shores of the receding primordial ocean shape the landscape and give the wine its unmistakable character. The growing conditions are ideal for the country's iconic Gruner Veltliner, which produces rich and full-bodied white wines with a characteristic creamy texture.