Weingut Thüringer, a Family-Owned Winery with History Dating Back to the 18th Century
Weingut Thüringer is a small family-owned winery in Paasdorf were all the vines are grown and wines are crafted by the winemakers themselves. Viticulture has been a part of the family for a long time with origins dating back to the 18th century. Winemaking became very important to the family of Weingut Thüringer in the 1950s, mainly under Herbert Thüringer. Elisabeth Thüringer, his wife, took over the business, cellar management, and viticulture in 2011, and the estate is now focused on organic farming and wine production. Gerhard Thüringer, their son, joined the winery team after completing his degree from Francisco Josephinum in 2016.
Third-Generation of the Family now Runs the Winery, Combining Traditional Values and Modern, Innovative Techniques to Produce their Wines
The winery is currently run by the third-generation of the family as they combine traditional values with modern, innovative techniques to produce the best possible wines. Hilda and Herbert support the work and always give their expert winemaking advice.
The winemakers at Weingut Thüringer use only organic and sustainable practices in the winery and vineyards to protect the environment and their vines.
Grüner Veltliner, Pinot Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Welschriesling, Zweigelt, Blauburger, and Gelber Muskateller Cultuvited for the Creation of Excelllent Wines
The climate, rainfall, soil, and temperature are perfect in the region for the growth and cultivation of wines. The winemakers use only organic and sustainable practices in their winery and vineyards to protect the environment and their vines. The yields are low but of very high quality at Weingut Thüringer. From pruning stages to the handpicking of grapes to the final bottling of wine, every step is taken care of and done at a high level. The main types of grapes they grow include Grüner Veltliner, Pinot Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Welschriesling, Zweigelt, Blauburger, and Gelber Muskateller. The best grapes go into the production of their world-class red, white, rosé, and sparkling wines.