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Weygandt Wines is now open for in-person shopping Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday from 2pm-6pm! We ask that you please wear a mask while inside the shop.

IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING SHIPMENTS: In order to ensure that your delivery arrives in optimal condition, Weygandt Wines strives to ship wine in the most ideal conditions. In light of summer's higher temperatures, we are currently in our "Hot Weather Hold," during which we may delay shipment for several weeks or months until temperatures have decreased. However, if you wish to waive the hold and risk exposing your delivery to warm weather during transit, please contact us when you place your order and let us know. Orders for curbside pickup are not subject to the hold, and will be filled promptly!
Weygandt Wines is now open for in-person shopping Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday from 2pm-6pm! We ask that you please wear a mask while inside the shop.

IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING SHIPMENTS: In order to ensure that your delivery arrives in optimal condition, Weygandt Wines strives to ship wine in the most ideal conditions. In light of summer's higher temperatures, we are currently in our "Hot Weather Hold," during which we may delay shipment for several weeks or months until temperatures have decreased. However, if you wish to waive the hold and risk exposing your delivery to warm weather during transit, please contact us when you place your order and let us know. Orders for curbside pickup are not subject to the hold, and will be filled promptly!

Domaine Spotlight: Ernst Triebaumer

Ernst Triebaumer's family winemaking history goes back a long way—over 300 years.

But the most important chapter of the Triebaumer story begain in the early 1980s, when Ernst became part of a vanguard of brilliant, dedicated Austrian producers who brought international attention to their country's excellent wines.

The Triebaumers came originally from the Krumbach region in the Bucklige Welt, in the southern part of Lower Austria. The first Triebaumer to settle in Rust arrived in 1691, a Lutheran craftsman fleeing the religious persecution of the Counter Reformation. He married the daughter of a winegrower, and ever since that time the family has been increasingly involved with wine.

The domaine first gained fame for both their dessert wines and table wines from Blaufrankisch, and now comprises 20 hectares of vines, all grown organically and following the ancient practice called Terra Preta, which might be called “climate farming”—aimed to restore the carbon balance in the soil.

It's an important part of the Triebaumer philosophy never to rush the natural processes. They consider their vines to be natives of their land, and are intent upon restoring their habitat and self-determination.