Welcome to Circo Vino

Circo Vino, loosely translated as “Wine Circus,” is a fine wine importer that offers serious artistry and joyful pleasure in our portfolio selection.  Specializing in wines from unique terroirs, crafted by wine farmers who take great care from vineyard to table, our wines bring stories, education and experiences. We invite you to join our circus of sublime wine – a collaborative performance between mother nature, the grower and you.

News & Events

Circo Vino’s Summer Trip Day 8

The circus team visits Peter Veyder-Malberg on day 8 of their trip to Austria.

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Circo Vino’s Day 6 with Schellmann

The circus team visits Weingut Schellmann on their day 6 summer trip to Austria.

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Circo Vino’s Day 7 in Austria

The circus team visits Domaine Ciringa and Weingut Malat on Day 7.

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Austria’s Summer White Wine

A great read for Monday! John Wilson talks us through the “best white summer wine of all time”… ‪#‎GrünerVeltliner‬. He also mentions ‪#‎Malat‬ and ‪#‎ClausPreisinger‬

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Circus Team’s Day 5 in Sudsteiermark, Austria

Circo Vino’s Summer in Austria brings them to the Sattlerhof vineyards.

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Circo Vino’s Day 4 in Sudsteiermark

The circus team visits Domaine Ciringa in Sudsteiermark.

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Circo Vino’s Day 3 with Weninger

Our circus team visits the Weninger estate in Burgenland, Austria.

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Circo Vino Team’s Day 3 in Burgenland

Our circus team visits Weingut Claus Preisinger in Burgenland, Austria.

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Meet Hannes and Hannes

How many Hannes’s does it take to make great Pinot Noir? Two and one and a half thumbs. Hannes Reinisch with his best friend and assistant Hannes at Johanneshof Reinisch

Circo Vino Team in the Thermenregion

We were in the ‪#‎Thermenregion‬ on Wednesday with Johanneshof Reinischand one of the reasons its always a pleasure to visit with this family is their willingness to teach us about the history and culture of their area. A stop at the Johanneskapelle in Freigut Thallern showed us the intertwining of grape growing and personal belief systems as we looked at angels holding vineyard tools and a crucifix depicted with grape vines from the 16th century. ‪#‎imbibehistory‬

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