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“Aged wines are similar to elderly people who have not the power, but the wisdom. The wines have a certain elegance and vibrancy as well as an extraordinary personality - this is something very unique and special”, says Alois Lageder.

Alois Lageder about the special project RARUM
Old grapevine photo by Nicolo Degorgis


In the 80s Alois Lageder became aware that the high quality of a wine is reflected in its aging potential. Since the 1995 vintage, we have therefore selected and put aside a small collection of our masterpieces every year and can today draw on an exciting treasure, our estate reserve RARUM.

Through the aging process that each of the wines has experienced through extended maturation, we come closer to the secret of the interplay between place, climate, vinification and time that each wine hides within itself.

RARUM Edition 2021

For the new RARUM Edition we have selected six aged vintages of the LÖWENGANG Cabernet: the vintages 1996, 1998, 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2010.

Alois Lageder with a bottle COR Römigberg


Every year, we select wines and vintages with the best characteristics in our internal tastings for the RARUM assortment. This year the RARUM collection features our flagship wine COR Römigberg – six vintages dating back to 1996.


Each estate possesses its own individuality. In line with our philosophy, we perfect all aspects of wine production and create unique works of art.

A place of encounter

Visit our wine estates, discover places where you can spend some time relaxing and experience our holistic, calm and slow-paced approach.


We employ modern equipment in combination with nature- friendly wine-making techniques and let innovation interact with nature.