Dorli Muhr is an Austrian winemaker based in the Carnuntum wine-growing region, which is located in the northeast of the country, near the border with Slovakia. Muhr's vineyards are situated on the south-facing slopes of the Leitha Mountains, which rise above the Carnuntum plain, and are known for their diverse soils and microclimates.
Muhr specializes in the production of red wines, particularly those made from the indigenous Blaufränkisch grape variety, which is considered one of the most important grape varieties in the region. She is committed to sustainable and organic viticulture practices, with a focus on minimal intervention in the vineyard and the use of indigenous yeasts in the winemaking process.
Muhr produces several different bottlings of Blaufränkisch, including a range of single-vineyard wines that showcase the unique terroir of her estate. Her wines are typically elegant and complex, with aromas of dark fruits, spices, and minerals, and a firm tannic structure that allows them to age gracefully.
In addition to Blaufränkisch, Muhr also produces a small amount of Zweigelt, another important red grape variety in Austria, as well as a white wine made from the Grüner Veltliner grape. Her wines have received critical acclaim from wine critics and enthusiasts around the world, and are considered some of the finest examples of Carnuntum's distinctive terroir.