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SINCE 1969.

The vineyards.


The Schlossweingut Souveräner Malteser Ritterorden (Castle Winery of the Order of Malta) has been managed by Weinkellerei Lenz Moser since 1969.

The vineyards comprise 12 individual plots named Antlasberg, Blickenberg, Hochlüssen, Hofbreite, Hundschupfen, Janning, Rosenpoint, Rumpling, Schafflerhof, Vösenau, Zeiselberg and Zuckerschlee. All vineyards are planted according to the Lenz Moser high training system.


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A NATURAL BASIS

Wine quality.


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.


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A NATURAL BASIS

Wine quality.


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.


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CASTLE WINERY OF THE ORDER OF MALTA

Simply the best.


Optimus quisque – simply the best.

Such is the principle that has guided the Order of Malta for some 900 years. Early in the first millennium, grapevines were already planted and grapes were harvested at its oldest estate, the Ordenskommende Mailberg.


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