February 15, 2022

Lenz Moser encourages people to move out of their comfort zone

The Austrian winery is making a strong come-back to Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris 2022, after recently being named Best Producer in Austria at a world renowned competition which sees more than 11,000 entries every year.

It has also secured two awards for its Grüner Veltliner Kremstal DAC Rohrendorf 2020 and Klosterkeller Siegendorf O’Dora 2019, as well as six gold medals for other wines, which are being presented at Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris 2022.
“We’re Austria’s biggest producer when it comes to bottling,” Camilla Josefsson, the company’s export manager, said at the company’s stand.
“We are making Austrian quality wines. People who buy Austrian wines know what it is. It’s not cheap wine. It’s suitable if you want a nice wine that’s not overpriced.It’s sad people don’t know about the excellent white wines in particular. They need to come out of their comfort box and try some new things.”

With an annual bottling capacity of 25 million a year, and with 14.5 million bottles sold last year, Lenz Moser is one of central Europe’s most significant wineries.
Its beautiful main building dates back to 1849, but the history of wine-making in the region where it is based is thought to date back as much as 1,000 years.

Considered an ambassador for the Austrian wine industry, the estate has been producing award-winning wines for decades by partnering with around 3,000 local winemaking families from Lower Austria and Burgenland.

Production comes from about 2,700 hectares of the Austrian countryside or about 5% of the country’s winegrowing area, making the company Austria’s largest winery.

Hall 5.2 / Stand  DE-062