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This traditional winery is located in the municipality of Gamlitz in the wine-growing region of southern Styria(Austria). It has a centuries-old history, as it was described as early as 1770 in an Urbar (list of property rights) of the Strass dominion and in 1787 on the occasion of a land survey in the Josephinian cadastre. In 1976, Wilma Lackner took over the farm from her uncle, and two years later, after her marriage to Fritz Tinnacher, the estate was given its current name, Lackner-Tinnacher. In 2013, Katharina Tinnacher, a graduate engineer in plant sciences, took over the management of the farm and converted the vineyards to organic farming. A newly built wine cellar was put into operation in 2001 and was awarded by the Republic of Austria for exemplary building design. The century-old cellar vault with tasting room was renovated in 2002 and the historic manor house was converted in 2016.

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