Grüner Veltliner is by far the most important grape variety of the region – and at Weingut Leth. This Austrian showcase variety is seductive in light fruity styles as well as in highly ripe, single vineyard versions, which exude unique peppery spiciness, smoothness and mineral character.
The Roter Veltliner is a speciality of the Wagram wine-growing area. This white variety actually is named for the reddish colour of the grape when it is fully ripe. With such power, spiciness and animated acidity, the Roter Veltliner is winning over more and more wine lovers and fans.
In Wagram, Riesling thrives in the full, gravelly soils that had once filled the river bed and banks of the Danube. This contributes to wines of great elegance and raciness underscored by pleasant mineral tones.
Sauvignon Blanc from Wagram – from the chalk-rich loess terraces - reflects a very individual character. Powerful, distinctive and reflecting ripeness and intensive aromas and flavours, this variety yields wines with great storage potential.
Weissburgunder und Chardonnay
The varieties Weissburgunder and Chardonnay thrive in the voluminous loess soils of the Wagram. The Weissburgunder reveals a noble floral and nutty bouquet. And the Chardonnay grows on slopes that allow it to become fully ripe and express – and not least because of small oak barrel maturation - delicate, creamy and mild flavour nuances.