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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: Winzerin Wiederstein

If you could use a little levity in your life, but don't want to compromise on the quality of the wine you drink, we've got just the winemaker for you.

Austria's Birgit Wiederstein is somehow a "serious free spirit"—she quotes poetry and cites her shoe size on her website, but at the same time takes a meticulous approach to winemaking, adhering strictly to biodynamic principles, and (like all our winemakers) is obsessed with terroir.

Located 40 kilometers east of Vienna, Birgit’s vines (and 280-year-old cellar) are in Göttlesbrunn, in the center of the Carnuntum wine region.

This appellation, taken from the eponymous Roman city that was located only a few kilometers away, is rapidly becoming discovered as a fine terroir in its own right, with Burgundy-like limestone-clay soil.

In Birgit's wines, you'll find classic Austrian grapes like Zweigelt and Blaufränkisch; old-heritage varieties like the Harslevelu she uses in her elegant Anna Blume cuvée; as well as more familiar names like Sauvignon Blanc, which she has turned into a wine with unmistakable character.