Change Is in the Air

An ambitious generation of Austrian winemakers reaches for a new style

Change Is in the Air
Burgenland producer Claus Preisinger is at the forefront of Austria’s natural wine movement. (Hertha Hurnaus)
From the Nov 15, 2019, issue

Austrian wine is diversifying at a rapid pace, with vintners eager to push boundaries and explore new approaches.

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