Single vineyards

 (Rieden) in the southern Kremstal and the Wachau

Single vineyards in the southern Kremstal

Ried Kremser Kogl

This single vineyard, located close to the small village of Hollenburg, consists of chalky conglomerate soil with various thick layers of “Löss”. The Danube facing terraces are situated near the top of the “Kogl” which has cooler night temperatures and produces finely structured, elegant & aromatic wines.

Ried Kremser Frauengrund

This site consists of a thick layer of pure “Löss”. It is rich in nutrients and retains water like a sponge in the hot and dry summers. Wines from this site represent the classic type of Grüner Veltliner with spicy fruit and fresh floral Aromas.

Ried Neuberg

This single vineyard consists of south-facing terraces and is characterised by a layer of “Löss” over weathered chalky rock. Ried Neuberg is a perfect single vineyard for Grüner Veltliner, it offers great conditions for ripe fruit and elegance in the wines.

Ried Further Gottschelle

First mentioned as “Gotschali” in 1341, it is situated at the foot of the Göttweiger Berg. The south-facing old Danube terrace has a mighty “Löss” layer with high proportions of gneiss and granite in the subsoil.

Ried Eichbühel

Our highest single vineyard (335m) near Krustetten is characterised by a chalky conglomerate rock. This exposed location and the slightly cooler climate allow a long maturation on the vine which results in complex, layered wines with outstanding elegance.

Ried Further Oberfeld

This even site extends south of the Danube towards the Göttweiger Berg and consists mainly of massive, chalky “Löss”, which is situated on an old Danube plateau.

Ried Further Silberbichl

The first mention of this site as a single vineyard date back to 1562. The name stems from the presence of mica (silver) in the deeper soil layers and the location on a hill (Bichl). Due to its south-eastern exposition it is the perfect site for Riesling.

Ried Leiten

With its southern exposure, a gradient of 25% and weathered primary rock, it forms a magnificent Riesling vineyard site. Due to the closeness to the Danube river, there are high temperature fluctuations between day and night which give the wine elegant fruity aromas.

Ried Hollenburger Goldberg

The small vineyard Goldberg has a southern exposure and is dominated by chalky conglomerate rock. The particularly warm micro-climate promotes the ripening process of the grapes and lays the foundation for wines with intense fruit and complexity.

Ried Kremser Lusthausberg

The east-facing sloping terraces made up of chalky conglomerate gravel, directly face the Danube river. This location is ideally suited for Pinot Blanc.

Ried Fuchaberg

The gentle hill of the Fuchaberg offers ideal conditions for fruitful and full-bodied wines; barren weathered rocks store the heat in this sun-drenched site and the exposed location allows the wind to dry the vines quickly after a rain shower.

Göttweiger Berg

With it´s mixture of deep “Löss” and chalky weathered rock, the vineyard area Göttweiger Berg of the southern Kremstal wine region offers ideal conditions for fruity, variety specific wines.

Single vineyards in the Wachau

Ried Alte Point

The single vineyard is located in the south-eastern part of the Wachau wine region between the Roman village of Mautern and the Göttweig Abbey. This location´s warm climate and the heat-preserving Danube gravel layer promotes early maturation of the grapes and produces spicy wines with depth and finesse.

Ried Leukuschberg

The single vineyard is located in the south-eastern part of the Wachau wine region between the Roman village of Mautern and the Göttweig Abbey. The vines of this warm and sun drenched site grow on weathered primary rock, which gives the wine a unique mineral character.


Ried Süssenberg

Süssenberg (sween mountain) is our oldest documented single vineyard. It had already been planted with vines in 893 AD. The many hours of sun and the soil, comprised mainly of weathered rock, provide ideal conditions for fruity, variety-specific wines.