Urwerk means wine as it used to be made - it's Triebaumer-speak for natural wine. How did this range come about?

The press wine made by our beloved uncle Paul Triebaumer in 1985, 1986 and 1987 was our 'recipe': simply, naturally fermented, unfiltered,
unfined and unsulphured, natural Welschriesling.

The idea was a good one, even if about three decades before its time. Our direction of travel in the cellar is precisely towards this kind of minimalist methodology. So, since 2005, we've been experimenting with making wines without any addition of sulphur. It was when we had the opportunity to taste a 25-year old bottle of this Kreszenz in perfect condition that we finally had the courage to start selling it.
fermented on the skins - unfiltered - no sulphites added fruity aroma spectrum, from wild to tropical, melons, mangos and cocoa pods, bright, soicy, racy, gently austere
components; grounded in its complex aroma of rosemary, parsley and fresh flowers.

2015 Traminer Urwerk   0.75L
fermented on the skins - unfiltered – no sulphites added
from primaeval realms of flavour– marsh mallow, St John‘ wort, sage, pomegranate, ripe figs and pears, complemented to perfection by the scent of oriental roses; a confident wine with a pleasing twist of bitterness, completely dry.
2014 Blaufränkisch Urwerk   0.75L
unfiltered - no sulphites added
demandingly boisterous and youthful, with notes of redcurrants, bilberries, blackberries and the ripest of morello cherries; true to its terroir and full of the joys of life, with a long, harmonious, slightly herby finish