Close to the Czech border lies Röschitz, a small village with 350 hectares of grape vines. Consistently ranked one of Austria’s top wine-producing areas, it is home to Weingut Gschweicher and Weinhop Edlinger. With its very particular climate – akin to a southern Mediterranean region despite its proximity to the wooded mountains – and distinct geology, (part primary rock, part loess), Röschitz’s position on the world wine map has been cemented. This fruitful soil produce lovely, rich, and well-renowned wines for both Gschweicher and Edlinger, who despite being competitors share a common objective: to create the best wine possible and never forgo enjoyment.