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The Scheiblhofer is one the largest wineries in Andau village in Burgenland, the easternmost State of Austria. In this exclusive area, where the sun shines bright, a wide range of excellent wines are produced. High temperature and rich soil are the ideal conditions for an abundant growth of exceptional ripe grapes.

The Scheiblhofer collection is very unique. They are full-bodied wines, characterized by high aroma and splendid tasting. The three most representative collections of the company are: Big John, Perfection and Jois, a singular trilogy in Burgenland.

Big Joh is the legendary pioneer red wine. It is a dense ruby red, famous for the mixture of fruit scents and delicious aroma of caramel, powerful tannin and with oak roasted flavor. Its label is inimitable; there is a great bustard in it, a representative image for Andau community, as it is the only place in the world where great bustards are native. We tasted Big John, a blend of zweigelt, cabernet sauvignon and pinot noir it and loved it immediately for its strong nose, its bold character and its long aftertaste.

Perfection collection includes Shiraz, Legends, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, all dark ruby reds, full-bodied varieties perfect to be paired with red meat.

Jois is a 30 year old vine. The typical cherry fruit with the combination of strong acidity makes the wine refreshing and explosive at the same time.

You can send an online request to visit the winery and have the opportunity to taste its sumptuous wines. Moreover, if you are a wine lover and want to stay more, the newly built guest house will be ready to give you a very warm welcome.

Scheiblhofer winery website:  https://www.scheiblhofer.at/en/startseite.html

Valentina Gagliano

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