The Wine Estate and the People behind

Norbert and his Son Stefan consider themselves as a team, willing to do what it takes to bring the quality from their vineyards into the bottle.

Norbert Rosner

Norbert grew up in Langenlois and was part of the family winery from a very young age. After his education in viticulture, he took over the responsibilities of the estate from his parents. Norbert shifted practices in the vineyards to a more sustainable way. After learning more about organic farming in a modular seminar in 2006 he gradually put this approach into practice.

For decades we improve the work out in the vineyard to restrain the impact on the environment. We started to use methods of organic viticulture in 2006 and eventually switched  to organic officially in 2010.

Stefan Rosner

At the age of 15 Stefan went to visit a college for viticulture in the town of Klosterneuburg, close to Vienna. After several internships in different wineries in Austria and overseas as well as a bachelor degree in economics and business, Stefan joined the family estate fully in 2014.

Our vineyards are free from chemical fertilizers and herbicides due to the great work of my father for more than a decade now. It is important for me, to also pursue a more natural approach during processing and fermenting of the wines.

Renate Rosner

Bereits in jungen Jahre lernte Renate ihren heutigen Ehemann Norbert kennen und brachte sich tatkräftig in den Betrieb ein. Als ausgebildete Gesundheits- und Krankenpflegerin ist sie Teilzeit im Krankenhaus tätig und kümmert sich im Weingut um Anliegen von Kunden sowie die allgemeine Organisation.

Mir gefällt es ein gutes Verhältnis zu unseren Kunden zu pflegen. Wir treten mit vielen interessanten Persönlichkeiten in Kontakt und es freut mich immer sehr, wenn unsere Weine eine Speise oder einen netten Abend bereichern können.

Family Tradition since 1897

Experience in making wine for more than a century, the excellent soil in Langenlois and various established varieties characterize our family-owned winery.

Langenlois’ tradition in viticulture goes back to the middle age and was practiced by its townspeople from that time on. Theresia and Johann Rosner bought the wine estate’s house in 1897 and seven years later the wine cellar where wine has been produced up to today. As of 1934 Leopoldine and Franz Rosner continued the family’s tradition and cultured the vines. 1958 Margarete and Franz Rosner took over the winery and expanded both, the cellar and the land. Since 1995 Renate and Norbert Rosner have been in charge and modernized the winery as well as extended the areas for vineyards.