Austrian sparkling wine for wine lovers
In the beginning, there was the earth
Goldeck’s origins can be traced back to 1859, when Robert Alwin Schlumberger, already a producer of grand sparkling wines in Austria, trademarked the brand. The gentleman had acquired his first vineyards in Bad Vöslau, south of Vienna, for their chalky soil similar to the soil in Champagne. He baptized his house Goldeck in the name of his wine, the Goldeck Sekt, which takes its name from the Goldeggen vineyard.
Locally grown, locally produced
The wines for Goldeck Sekt (sparkling wine in German) come from classic Austrian grape varieties such as the Grüner Veltliner, the Welschriesling and the Zweigelt Rosé. Both the grapes with which the Goldeck Sekt is made and most of the elements used in its production, from the glass bottles to boxes and logistics, are Austrian.
In this way, the company can support local producers and suppliers as well as family farms, all while contributing to employment security and the local economy. This process also allows to reduce transportation distances and to contribute to protecting the environment.
The Austrian way of life
With its array of fine wine and its meticulous selection and transformation process, Goldeck is intended for wine lovers who want to bring some sparkle of Austrian living into their lives.