If someone like Judith Beck lives not just according to a postal address, but actually amidst the vines, then you can be sure that she has developed a deep relationship to her own vineyards. The most beautiful of these vines – she prefers the traditional varieties Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch, St. Laurent, Weissburgunder and Chardonnay – lie on the slopes and the hills of the Wagram. This area is for the most part, sun-exposed and rise from the lower lands east of the Neusiedler lake to the so-called Parndorfer Platte. The soils here are extremely diverse. In fact, a single vineyard alone can comprise humus, gravel, loam, limestone and minerals. The ideal base for complex, multi-faceted wines that reflect their origin. Naturalness and identity are the features that Judith Beck wants to see and show in her wines. This approach is also a reason that she has been inspired by the ideas of Rudolf Steiner since 2007. That means she uses holistic methods in her biodynamically-managed vineyards, in order to keep the vines naturally healthy. Her wines are always more discreet than loud. Always worth a second look. In Judith Beck’s own words: “International style can be produced by everyone, everywhere. My wines are my own. They are here and now. And that is for me the most beautiful thing. Like my life in the vineyards”.