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Niederosterreich, Austria

Maria and Christian Gruber are part of one the largest family wineries in Austria and the top producer in Röschitz, about an hour north-west of Vienna in the Weinviertel. Maria works in marketing and Christian in the vineyards. They wanted to come up with a project of their own, one with a more youthful image. Pepp is the result: vibrant Gruner and zippy Zweigelt for easy-drinking.

Röschitz lies on the granite plateau of the Waldviertel. That crystalline bedrock is common to Beaujolais and Muscadet and outcrops in Alsace, and gives a wonderful fresh, mineral quality to the wine. The bedrock is covered with a shallow layer of loess, unlike the deeper, richer soils elsewhere in the area. The moderate altitude (800-1200 feet) allows for cool nights even in summer. All this helps maintain acidity and freshness, while developing complex fruit.


PEPP Green Gruner Veltliner
PEPP Red Zweigelt

Point of Sale

PEPP Green Gruner Veltliner - ST
PEPP Red Zweigelt - ST

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