The winery is located in the Free City Rust in the Burgenland (Austria). The traditional family has been based here since 1691. After years of apprenticeship and traveling in almost all wine regions in the world, Günter Triebaumer, the eldest son of Paul and Waltraud Triebaumer, took over the management of the winery in 2004 with partner Regina Limbeck. The company Triebaumer Wein Distribution (TWD) was founded, which acts as a reseller for the winery, but also quality wines from New Zealand and offers wine seminars. The vineyards cover nine hectares of vineyards in the vineyards Gillesberg, Gmärk, Kraxner, Mitterkräftn, Upper Forest, Oden, Pand-Ertl, Pandkräftn. Plachen, Bar bolt, set, Turner and lower Baumgarten.
They are planted to 75% with the red varieties Blaufränkisch , Merlot, Zweigelt, Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, as well as to 25% with the white varieties Sauvignon Blanc, Yellow Muscat, Traminer, Welschriesling and Furmint. With special permission of the Burgenland provincial government, the winery is the first company in Austria to use the varieties that are exotic for Austria for experimental purposes Carmenère. Lagrein. Nebbiolo. Pinotage. Tannat. Tempranillo. Teroldego and Zinfandel tested. Father and son Triebaumer were already successful champions for the approval of Shiraz when Quality wine-grape variety in Austria.
It will be near-natural viticulture with, for example, abandonment herbicides and mineral fertilizer. The white wines are fermented in the steel tank and expanded. The red wines have a classic and a barrique line. The second are expanded after long fermentation for 12 to 14 months in mostly new, small oak barrels (225, 300 and 500 liters) of classical provenances and marketed after 6 to 8 months of storage in the bottle. The specialty of the house is the world famous Ruster outbreak to which one tries particularly and successfully.
In addition to the highly prized outbreaks, the premium wines include the "Blaufränkisch Reserve", the "Shiraz", the "Pinot Noir" and the cuvée "Weite Welt" (Cabernet Sauvignon with shares of the exotic trial varieties). From these wines are also large-sized bottles like Jeroboam and impériale bottled. It also produces a bottle fermented sparkling wine and as a specialty an aromatic "Muscato" (Perlwein with 7% vol), which is pressed according to the Moscato d'Asti method from yellow Muskateller. The winery is a member of the vintners' association Cercle Ruster outbreak,