Situated ca. 7 km east of the well-known wine city of Krems,
the Berger estate in the wine village of Gedersdorf grows wine
on 15 hectares of vineyards.
With 125 acres of vineyards scattered around the small Austrian
town of Langenlois Weingut Br¸ndlmayer is one of the most
important wineries in Austria.
The Julius Hafner Winery is located in the quaint town of Moenchhof,
approx. 50 km (35 miles) from Vienna on the eastern shore of
Lake Neusiedl, Austria's oldest wine growing community.
The Melcher Vinters specialise in Sauvignon blanc which reaches
particulary high levels in their region. Welschriesling, Rheinriesling,
Riesling-Sylvaner, Pinot blanc, Chardonnay, Schilcher and Muscat
also belong to their wine philosophy.
The Netzl Family have been farmers in the small village Gttlesbrunn
arguably in the centre of Carnuntum wine industry, for generations.
In 1948, the family planted 1,5 hectars of vines.
Nigl Family Winery
The Nigl Family cultivates 17 hectares of wine growing area in
the Krems valley. The vineyards of the estate are in Grtling,
Kremsleithen, Senftenberger Piri, and Hochcker.
Producers of a Gruner Veltliner Am Berg, Rosenberg, Fass 4, and
Der Ott. They also make a riesling and Sauvignon Blanc.
Close to Gamlitz, a winding road leads up Mount Sernauberg to
the "Sattlerhof", bringing you to the Sattler family.
The Sattlerhof has been one of the leading wine estates and restaurants
in Austria for many years.
Sevenhill Cellars was established in 1851 by the Society of Jesus,
a Catholic religious order known as Jesuits. Apart from Sacramental
Wine, the Cellars are renowned for their dry reds, whites and