Unique

 

The Pannobile members are individualists; they run their wine estates independently, and don't meddle in each other's wines.

 

The Pannobile forms a platform where they can come together; to collaborate, cooperate and close ranks, representing not only a wine or region, but rather binding a group of friends with an active social agenda.

 

You can easily recognise a Pannobile winemaker by identifying the Pannobile member logo on the label of the wine.


Map

 

One White

 

Once every year, the nine producers select their white wine as a potential candidate for the white Pannobile. The criteria is very strict; only perfectly ripe grapes from the Pinot varieties (Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc), and the indigenous Neuburger, that grow within the defined Pannobile vineyard sites, may be vinified. The winemaker can decide whether he or she presents a single varietal wine or a blend of these designated Pannobile varieties. The unanimous decision to elect the Pannobile wine is made in the final, decisive tasting. This is how a wide and diverse range of wines, that are clearly recognisable as coming from the same family, evolve with each having its own special individual character.

One Red

 

Once every year, the nine producers select their red wine as a potential candidate for the Red Pannobile. The criteria is very strict; only perfectly ripe grapes from the indigenous varieties Zweigelt, Blaufräkisch and St. Laurent, that grow within the defined Pannobile vineyard sites, may be used. The winemaker can decide whether he or she presents a single varietal wine or a blend of these three designated Pannobile varieties. The unanimous decision to elect the Pannobile wine is made in the final, decisive tasting. This is how a wide and diverse range of wines, that are clearly recognisable as coming from the same family, evolve with each having its own special individual character.

One Country

 

 

This is the wonderful Pannobile countryside, situated on the north eastern of Lake Neusiedl in Burgenland. Here the grapes ripen for this exceptional wine.

 

It is also where the Pannobile winemakers live and work; alongside many others.

The surface area outlined in red doesn't just refer to the vineyards owned by the Pannobile members, but rather indicates the top sites that fulfil the "best soil" prerequisites to become a Pannobile.


PANNOBILE since 1994 -  Achs, Beck, Gsellmann, Heinrich, Nittnaus, Leitner, Preisinger, Pittnauer, Renner  GOLS - BURGENLAND - AUSTRIA


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