Growing Conditions

The Goldmuskateller grapes are cultivated in the Lowlands and Upper Etsch Valley at an altitude of 370 – 450 metres. The vines are grown on trellises (Guyot system) in warm, gravelly-clay soils and mineral-rich morainic soil.


The Goldmuskateller grapes are harvested by hand in mid to late October. The yield amounts to 70 hectolitres per hectare.


The Goldmuskateller grapes are delivered to the winery straight after harvesting in 220 kg crates. Here the grapes are gently crushed and cold macerated for several hours. They are then fermented at a controlled temperature of 19°C, which gives this wine its unique flavour and distinctive nutmeg aroma.

Food Pairing

Our Goldmuskateller is ideal as an aperitif.