@ Pouring & drinking tonight!! Gut Oggau, Family Reunion Series 2016 ( White / Rose / Red ) “Gut Oggau is a 14 hectare Austrian wine estate located in the province of Burgenland by the Lake Neusiedl. The estate is run by Eduard Tscheppe and his wife Stephanie, daughter of a 2 Michelin star restaurant owner. It is a certified biodynamic estate with each wine coming from a single plot of vines with different terroirs showing different expressions in the wine. The individual personalities of the wine are expressed in the faces on the labels created by Jung von Matt (German designer) and brought together in the Gut Oggau family tree. A unique and fascinating way of describing the wines, they taste every bit as intriguing as the labels suggest.
2016 was a vintage to forget for Stephanie and Eduard. Spring brought them heavy frosts and hailstorms happened during the summer. Autumn by contrast was peaceful, warm and forgiving, and in the end delivered tiny quantities of amazing quality grapes. 'To let our wines take it all in and tell the story of the year through their complex characters, we decided to let the family members unite, to go for a family reunion.' The result wines of cumulative energy, focused strength and collective finesse. The Spirit of youth and the wisdom of maturity united in this unique and limited bottling which tells the story of a very up and down year in the vineyards.” #gutoggau#highwater#highwatereatery#sustainablerestaurant#ethicalfood#winebar#biodynamicwine#biodynamicfarming#biodynamic#organic#wellington#ethicalfood#ethicalwine#wellingtonrestaurant#cubastreet#alldayeatery#naturalwine#organicwine#justgoodwine#craftbeer#cocktails#gabrielglass@lubricationwine
@ 🌬With wild weather like today our WILD MUSHROOM breakfast is the perfect match 🍄 🍞Sourdough toast, 🍳two poached eggs, thyme and garlic sautéed wild mushrooms and kale, grana padano, salsa verde, black truffle oil, 🧀parmesan crisp. 👌
@ It began with a sketch... “Just thought I would send through a couple of sketches of the facade showing window and door break ups.
Keen to restore the windows back to what was possibly in place originally.
Proposing timber on the front with lead light or fluted glass.
French windows in timber to the east facade with lead light or fluted glass.
Rear doors in steel painted
Still thinking we paint in a moss green grey / cement render around the windows.
Let me know your thoughts.”
(Interior designer @meganhounslow).