SIMPLY LET THEM BE.
All left to the game of natural forces. No strict order, no fixed rules, no dogmas. The French call it laissez-faire, which means something like let it be. Laissez-faire has invaded many areas of life. In the 19th century its basic idea of a free development was celebrated as well as demonized as an economic model, and it also became the epitome of antiautorian development. For a long time even managers praised laissez-faire as an ideal management style in order to promote employee's responsibility. Laissez-faire is the contrast to a dogmatic world view - fascinating for one, dangerous for others. And what does all of this have to do with winegrowing? Does laissez-faire exist there? What can it achieve? Can good wine not only arise as a reproducible result of rigorously observed basic rules?
Christian Tschida has filled his answer to this question into bottles. From working between poles a new basic attitude developed: with sophisticated raising the vineyard extracts a maximum of character and finesse from the grapes. Which then unfold completely free in their wooden barrels. The wine ferments to its own limits, spontaneously attaining its inner balance.
THE WINES ARE SIMPLY BEING LEFT IN PEACE.
Wines, freed from the technical and chemical achievements of the 21st century. Completely au naturel and at the first sip often surprisingly different. Whether that makes sense? Much has been written and said. We proudly invite you to simply and curiously taste for yourself.
In the SUPERSENSE Palace in Praterstrasse 70, 1020 Vienna.
Or with our CHRISTIAN TSCHIDA RED STARTER BOX, with 5 selected red wines of the "Heaven on Earth" line.
Shipment to all EU countries
or pick up at Supersense