Roland Velich

Roland Velich was at the forefront of Burgenland in the early 2000s when he left the family farm he was leading with his brother to embark on the Moric adventure, in the idea of ​​demonstrating the potential of the Blaufrankisch indigenous variety, recovering old vines in the Mittelburgenland (Lutzmannsburg and Neckenmarkt, where their Grand Cru wines come from but also later, and Sankt Georgen, Zagersdorf, Sankt Margarethen and Müllensdorf) to produce wines with souls from areas where slow ripening gives the wines fineness. Avid to give a new breath to the region, in 2008 he also started a project to enhance the old vineyards of Blaufrankisch and Sankt Laurent in the area of ​​Sankt Margarethen in partnership with the winegrower Hannes Schuster, whose wines from the Sankt Laurent variety had seduced him. Roland has a theatrical attitude that reveals him as a dandy from the golden age of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, with an English London accent and an erudition that takes us from Pasolini’s corsair writings to the historical framework on life in Burgenland in the time of communism. Its wines have a distinctive, refined and very personal nature that cannot leave indifferent those who truly like wine.

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