Salzl Seewinkelhof – a Winery Located in Dynamic Burgenland in Austria
Salzl Seewinkelhof is a winery located in Illmitz, surrounded by stunning fields and lakes of the Neusiedler See in the eastern state of Burgenland. The third-generation of the family is currently running the winery operations at Salzl Seewinkelhof Winery. Josef, Heribert, and Christoph Salzl work together to make quality wines with great care and follow the theme of “delight and love of life”” in their daily work. Their wines show distinct characteristics of the region and reflect endless and peaceful qualtities in the surrounding lands. Salzl Seewinkelhof Winery also owns a four-star guesthouse and works for the utmost in satisfaction of their customers and visitors. The history of the winery dates back to 1840, as the estate was used for mixed farming in its origins. Heribert Salzl took over the winery and turned the focus entirely towards the production of wine. The team at Salzl Seewinkelhof does excellent work in the vineyards, winery, and sales to make sure the quality of their products.
The history of Salzl Seewinkelhof Winery goes back to 1840, as the estate was used for mixed farming at this time.
Handpicking and Careful Selection to Ensure the Best Quality at the Winery
The region is ideally suited for vine cultivation because of favorable temperatures, soils, rainfall, and climate. There is a low yield of grapes but of the very best quality. The workers at Salzl Seewinkelhof carefully handpick the grapes and select the best for further processing. The unique features of the region give a unique, crisp taste, freshness, and acidity to their wines.
The Estate Growing Chardonnay, Grüner Veltliner, Weißburgunder, Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch, and Merlot
The main types of grapes that grow at Salzl Seewinkelhof WInery are Chardonnay, Grüner Veltliner, Weißburgunder, Grauburgunder, Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch, Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Sämling 88. The best grapes are used to produce their award-winning red, white, rosé, sparkling, and dessert wines.