Austrian Sparkling Since 1842
At the summit since 1842
The House of Schlumberger was founded in 1842 by Robert Alwin Schlumberger, former cellar master at Ruinart, the oldest House of Champagne. For over 175 years, Schlumberger has been producing a sparkling wine using the “Champagne method”, or what is known today as the “traditional method.” Schlumberger now belongs to the top ten producers of sparkling wine in the world. Leader of the Austrian market, the brand has enjoyed rapid international growth, notably thanks to its presence in over 35 airports. Schlumberger is today the oldest, most well known and most prosperous producer of sparkling wine in Austria.
Observing the traditional method
Known for their lightness, freshness and lively character, Schlumberger wines are made with 100% Austrian grapes. They are the result of the creativity and skill of winegrowing heritage that Schlumberger’s winegrowers have put to excellent use for many years. Schlumberger does not buy any wine and the House treats all grapes internally. Meticulous control from the vine to the bottle is undertaken hand in hand with the winegrowers. Each bottle of Schlumberger bears the stamp of its cave on the bottom, proof that production is carried out according to the traditional method.