The international wine group introduces itself:

At the world’s largest B2B wine trade fair in Düsseldorf, ProWein, the goose.wine business unit will present itself to an international audience. In Hall 4, goose.wine will be showing a selection of exquisite wines from its own wineries: from top vineyards on the Mosel to wines typical of the region from the Palatinate, the Austrian themed region and Hungary, to traditional wines from Croatia, which even the English royal family finds pleasing. New to the range are wines from sustainable viticulture in the Swiss canton of Aargau. A new website has also been launched for the umbrella brand at goose.wine launched.

At the world’s largest B2B wine trade fair in Düsseldorf, ProWein, the goose.wine business unit will present itself to an international audience. In Hall 4, goose.wine will be showing a selection of exquisite wines from its own wineries: from top vineyards on the Mosel to wines typical of the region from the Palatinate, the Austrian themed region and Hungary, to traditional wines from Croatia, which even the English royal family finds pleasing. New to the range are wines from sustainable viticulture in the Swiss canton of Aargau. A new website has also been launched for the umbrella brand at goose.wine launched.

“We offer a European range of wines from top sites from a single source. Our claim “pure pleasure” means that our experts act sustainably for the next generations and for the best quality in the vineyard. Since 2015, traditional wineries have been acquired and new wine brands have been established. With goose.wine, we are now bundling wine activities for continued successful development in the future.”

The following wineries and brands will be presented:

Germany

Clüsserath-Eifel
Bernhard Siegel
Weingut Zumstein

Croatia

Ilocki Podrumi

Austria

Domaene Lilienfeld

Switzerland

Weingut Hartmann

Hungary

Lizskay


With Bernhard Siegel from the Palatinate, an experienced viticulture expert and cellar master could be won for the group. He presents under his name own-vinified wines from the Palatinate. 

Traditional wineries and new wine brands

Clüsserath-Eifel. The Riesling specialist on the Mosel

Sustainability has a name: Clüsserath-Eifel. According to the maxim of “eternal viticulture”, 120-year-old vines, mostly true to their roots and spared from phylloxera and land consolidation, are cultivated in the best steep slopes of the wine-growing communities of Trittenheim, Neumagen, Klüsserath and Leiwen. These old vines, rooted meters deep in the slate rock, give the winery every year with small yields of particularly tasty grapes. In the historic vaulted cellar, the hand-picked grapes are vinified without the addition of yeast cultures, enzymes or any modern technology. Time and patience are just as important as controlled idleness. Multilayered, filigree and expressive show the noble and sought-after wines of the winery.

Bernhard Siegel. A Palatinate original

With 38 years of experience as a viticultural technician and cellar master, Bernhard Siegel is now part of goose.wine. To start with, Bernhard vinifies Palatinate grapes into varietal wines, cuvées and sparkling. One feels the Schoppenkultur of the Palatinate in a noble form. Exquisite wines that are fun to drink.

Zumstein. Every wine tells a story

The foundation stone for the unique winery in Bad Dürkheim was laid in 1415, and the namesake family took it over in 1765. In 2010, the vineyards were converted to sustainable cultivation and organic fertilizer. This includes the addition of rock flour, greening of the vineyards for natural cultivation of the soil, foliage work for natural fertilization or sensitively used spraying of the vines with only spring acidic water. The varied soils offer the best conditions for Riesling and Burgundy varieties. The manor house and romantic courtyard provide an ambience for pleasurable enjoyment.

Ilocki Podrumi. The wine of kings

The winery on the Danube is the epitome of Croatian wine culture. Here, wine connoisseurs look back on two millennia of wine tradition and on Traminer from Ilok, which was also served at the coronation of Elizabeth II. Look forward to the future, to award-winning wines, which we are happy to present to a wine-loving public outside Croatia and Europe.

Domaene Lilienfeld. Great tradition from the thermal region

Viticulture with a great tradition. Duke Leopold VI of the House of Babenberg also donated some vineyards in Pfaffstätten to Lilienfeld Abbey when it was founded in 1202. The Domaene Lilienfeld is dedicated to the autochthonous grape varieties Rotgipfler and Zierfandler, which are native to the Thermenregion. But old varieties such as Blaue Portugieser and Neuburger are also part of the range. This diversity means a lot of commitment in viticulture and the right flair in vinification to develop very good qualities.

Weinbau Hartmann. Sustainable wines from Switzerland

The Hartmann winery in the Swiss canton of Aargau is completely committed to organic viticulture. In accordance with Vinatura guidelines, biodiversity ensures that the vines are more robust and also deliver the highest quality.

Liszkay. One of the most beautiful wineries in Hungary

Very close to Lake Balaton is the Liszkay Borkùria Winery. It is one of the most beautiful wineries in Hungary and is often used as a conference and wedding location. Liszkay is especially famous for its red wines of the Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grape varieties. Immerse yourself in the history and future of great Hungarian wines.

Go to the goose.wine website here: goose.wine