Sepp Moser


Sepp Moser Estate was founded by the famous Austrian wine producing pioneer, Lenz Moser, who in the 1950s developed the high training system of the vine, which is known as "Lenz Moser system". By applying this, he made the work in the vineyards much easier, not only in Austria, but also in many other wine-growing countries.

Lenz Moser's son, Sepp Moser, began operating under his own name in 1987. Since 2000, the estate is run by Sepp's son, Nikolaus, who sticks to the structure established by his father and cultivates vineyards in Lower Austria as well as in Burgenland, which in 2006 he decided to move the estate to biodynamic viticulture, being one of the first to do so in Austria and became Demeter certified.


2018 Zweigelt, ‘Reserve’ BURGENLAND

A wine that it is a pure definition of ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover’. As I was opening the bottle, my brain was already making assumptions how my palate will receive this wine. Zweigelt usually makes kind of mellow, easy-drinking wines, and pleasing red fruits aromas. Let us get back to this wine now! The moment you get your nose in the glass, your mind gets hipped. Generous aromas of ripe cherries, subtle tobacco and cocoa bits, and violets. The moment you taste it, the wine explode with flavours of plums, spices a very subtle bitter cherry chocolate. Pure, charming, and rustic.


2019 Grüner Veltliner, ‘Fundamental’ WEINLAND

A quite funky Grüner Veltliner - due to aging on the fine yeast - that showcase its complexity, through flavours such as biscuit, pepper, melon, and ripe peach. A full-on wine, richer than your usual Grüner Veltliner.


2018 Riesling Ried, ‘Gänstreiberin’, Reserve KREMSTAL DAC

If you are on the look for a lively yet complex Austrian Riesling, let me introduce you to this insanely good one. The moment you taste it, it showcases beautiful aromas of ripe peach and apricot, followed by a touch of sweet almond. Its minerality is superb and full of character.


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As long as you pay attention to what it is that you don’t like about a wine
each bottle will get you closer to what you do like.
Take it one glass at a time!''