wine at casa.peiso

Small but nice
this is our winery

small structured around mörbisch. fine, the diversity: from dry white wines to fruity reds to sweet wines, we press a colorful selection of autochthonous varieties at casa.peiso. the winery is currently in the process of restructuring, as it is being passed from father hans to son berndt. this creates excitement, the old deviates and the new is created – and where there is planing, there are chips!

In 2019, the company switched to organic viticulture. this is how the soil is given back its primal power. The first results are promising and are already stored in the barrels … there is a lot to learn … so we also experiment with natural wines that are produced in a particularly natural way without additives (actually, as our grandfathers did).

to have soon in our wine canteen dió …

small but nice
this is our winery

small structured around mörbisch. fine, the diversity: from dry white wines to fruity reds to sweet wines, we press a colorful selection of autochthonous varieties at casa.peiso. the winery is currently in the process of restructuring, as it is being passed from father hans to son berndt. this creates excitement, the old deviates and the new is created – and where there is planing, there are chips!

In 2019, the company switched to organic viticulture. this is how the soil is given back its primal power. The first results are promising and are already stored in the barrels … there is a lot to learn … so we also experiment with natural wines that are produced in a particularly natural way without additives (actually, as our grandfathers did).

to have soon in our wine canteen dió …

white wine

white wine

red wine

red wine

Verjus

more subtle than vinegar
and milder than lemon juice

When unripe grapes are pressed, they produce a green, sour juice. this aromatic substance has a long tradition in france and switzerland under the name verjus. now the delicately mild grape juice is celebrating a successful comeback in austria. verjus can be used wherever vinegar or lemon juice are used. but its aroma is more subtle and its acidity is much more refined. fish dishes and ratatouille, salads, meat sauces – but also desserts are refined with verjus. You can also sprinkle it with mineral or soda water and serve it as a refreshing drink. verjus doesn’t cover up, it supports and enlivens.

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green juice from neuburger grapes

this verjuice was pressed from neuburger grapes from the vineyards of casa.peiso / family sommer in mörbisch. there the vines were thinned out in the course of the grape selection in july.

These still green and very hard grapes were pressed very gently and slowly.

this process took around 24 hours, as the unripe grapes still contain very little juice. then the verjus was made durable by heating.

the result presents itself with delicate acidity, shows an aroma that is reminiscent of green apples and at the same time offers a slight sweetness and fullness. the fine tannin structure comes from the grape seeds that are also pressed.

the name verjus comes from the French “jus vert”, meaning “green juice”. its history goes back almost as far as viticulture itself. Sour must was definitely valued by the ancient romans, where it was used under the name “agresta”. until well into the middle ages verjus was the only alternative to vinegar as an acidic agent. it was not until the lemon came to europe during the cruise that the juice of the sour grapes was forgotten.

Verjus

more subtle than vinegar
and milder than lemon juice

When unripe grapes are pressed, they produce a green, sour juice. this aromatic substance has a long tradition in france and switzerland under the name verjus. now the delicately mild grape juice is celebrating a successful comeback in austria. verjus can be used wherever vinegar or lemon juice are used. but its aroma is more subtle and its acidity is much more refined. fish dishes and ratatouille, salads, meat sauces – but also desserts are refined with verjus. You can also sprinkle it with mineral or soda water and serve it as a refreshing drink. verjus doesn’t cover up, it supports and enlivens.

Curious? Read more...

green juice from neuburger grapes

this verjuice was pressed from neuburger grapes from the vineyards of casa.peiso / family sommer in mörbisch. there the vines were thinned out in the course of the grape selection in july.

These still green and very hard grapes were pressed very gently and slowly.

this process took around 24 hours, as the unripe grapes still contain very little juice. then the verjus was made durable by heating.

the result presents itself with delicate acidity, shows an aroma that is reminiscent of green apples and at the same time offers a slight sweetness and fullness. the fine tannin structure comes from the grape seeds that are also pressed.

the name verjus comes from the French “jus vert”, meaning “green juice”. its history goes back almost as far as viticulture itself. Sour must was definitely valued by the ancient romans, where it was used under the name “agresta”. until well into the middle ages verjus was the only alternative to vinegar as an acidic agent. it was not until the lemon came to europe during the cruise that the juice of the sour grapes was forgotten.

For more moments of pleasure

Try our alcohol-free grape juice ( TRAUBI ), as well as our red wine liqueur and pomace brandy

For more moments of pleasure

Try our alcohol-free grape juice ( TRAUBI ), as well as our red wine liqueur and pomace brandy

order wine

Of course, we also deliver our wines via DPD!

minimum order quantity 12 bottles.
shipping price:
Austria +10.00 €,
eu abroad +14.00 €

    order wine

    Of course, we also deliver our wines via DPD!

    minimum order quantity 12 bottles.

    shipping price:  Austria +10.00 €, eu abroad +14.00 €

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