Our Favorite Biodynamic Austrian Wines Have a New Look

New Look for biokult Biodynamic Austrian wines

The new labels feature wildflowers, an homage to simple winemaking practices of the past, and biokult’s current Biodynamic practices. Unlike many conventional vineyards, wildflowers and grasses are encouraged to grow between the rows. The vineyard buzzes, hums, chirps, and blooms.

Biokult Grüner Veltliner - Burgenland - 2019

Aromas of lemon, lime, and gardenia with a very crisp dry-yet-fruity light-to-medium body and a long, tart nectarine skin and refreshing and dry snap pea finish. Excellent acidity with pleasant floral notes.

Biokult Rosé Secco Pinot Noir - Neusiedlersee - 2019

Bright aromas of strawberry preserves and buttercream with a crisp, effervescent, tangy medium-to-full body and a mouthwatering lemon curd and Creme Anglaise accented finish. A deliciously appetizing sparkling wine.

Biokult Zweigelt/Pinot Noir - Burgenland - 2018

Earthy crushed raspberry and pencil shaving aromas follow through on a soft, satiny entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with a delicate touch of spice and crabapple. Finishes in lingering spiced poached apple, mineral, and wet cedar fade with lightly pithy tannins.

Biokult Zweigelt Rosé - Burgenland - 2019

Mild aromas of berries and pepper with a soft, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a tangy cranberry, mineral, and lemon rind finish. A racy rosé with a laser-like acidity for the table.

biokult, a family-owned and operated winery located in Pamhagen in the Niederösterreich region of Austria, produces fine Austrian Biodynamic wines. Biokult wines embody typical Austrian wine style: pronounced fruit paired with refreshing, harmonious acidity. Angela Michlits is the primary winemaker, and was recently featured as part of our Women in Wine series.

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