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Hoch, ChristophGrüner Veltliner Hollenburger
Grüner Veltliner from Kremstal, Austria
From terraced vineyards around Hollenburg with Hollenburger Konglomerat and Loess situated between 250 – 300 meters altitude. 100% fermented and matured in big oak casks. Hoch treats each barrel as an experiment, some of the wine has a maceration on the skins, some goes through malo, some does not...
92 WS, 90 WABiodynamic
Hoch, ChristophPet Nat "Kalkspitz "
Grüner Veltliner from Kremstal, Austria
Christoph has very active, chalky soil much like what is found in the Côte des Blancs in Champagne. Upon learning this, he wanted to try out making a pet-nat. In an effort to learn about sparkling wine, he spent time in Champagne with De Sousa, Laherte, and LDM's Champagne Tarlant; Benoît Tarlant...
Hoch, ChristophPet Nat Rosé "Rurale"
from Kremstal, Austria
Rosé Rurale is a unique blend of 70% Zweigelt pressed white from the 2018 vintage, blended with 20% Sankt Laurent which is co-fermented on the skins with 10% Muskat Ottonel, both 2017 vintage. The fun challenge for Hoch in making this wine is getting a perfect balance of the tannins from the skin...
Hoch, ChristophRiesling Hollenburger
Riesling from Kremstal, Austria
Like all of Hoch's wines, the goal is to "bottle nature"; fermentations are spontaneous, no sugar or enzymes are added, only a low amount of sulfur at bottling. All fermentation and aging happens in neutral French oak barrels. This is a blend of three vintages. The Riesling is grown on the...

Hoch, ChristophRosé (Base Vintage 2020)
Zweigelt from Kamptal, Austria
100% Zweigelt, spontaneously fermented and aged in burgundy barrels with flor in the warm cellar. After a month long fermentation, the barrels are not topped off and the flor begins to develop. The wine spends at least five months with the flor before getting bottled. The juice is all second-press...
Hoch, ChristophRot (Red)
from Kremstal, Austria
Like all of Hoch's still wines, the Rot (red) is a blend of three vintages, supporting Hoch's vision that the best expression of terroir comes from the blend rather than a dominant vintage. Young wines add fruit and older wines bring tannins and structure. The Rot is a blend of 80% Zweigelt and 20...