AUSTRIAVienna/ Wien

WEIS= Grunner Veltliner 28%, Riesling 14%, Weissburgunder 8%, Pinot Blanc

  • International– Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer

ROT= Pinot Noir, Zweigelt

GEOGRAPHY– Austria(North-East), LATITUDE: 48.2* ‘N’

  • VILLAGES– Kahlenberg, Nussberg, Bisamberg, Mauer, Grinzing
  • BORDERS– Wagram(North-West), Weinviertel(North-East), Thermenregion(South-West), Carnuntum(South-East)

TOPOGRAPHY– “Rolling/ Hilly/ Mountainous”, +Alt.200mt., On~Danube~River~

SOILS= “Metamorphic”, ”Sedimentary

CLIMATE= “Continental”,  Summers– Warm Days, Cool Nights    |   Winters– Cold


  • Field Blends**Refer to Wiener Gemschte Satz For Detailed Information


  • -Estate/ Producer– Jutta Ambrositch, Cobenzi, Fritz, Wailand, Zimmerman, Zawadsky
  • Vineyards


CULTURE– Known For Wine Taverns

  • Heurige– Austrian Wine Tavern Licensed by Local Winemakers to Serve Their Most Recent Years Wine, Following Current Growing Season. The Heurige of Vienna Are Known For Gemutlichkeit.
  • Gemutlichkeit– A Space or State of Warmth, Friendliness. Emphasizing Good Wine, Food and Social Acceptance, Belonging, Well Being and Peace of Mind.
  • Buschenschenken– Bunch of Fir Branches Tied Above the Entrance of the Heurige
    Signifying Fresh Wine
  • GASTRONOMY…Meat Based Stews, Goulash    CHEESE


  • WEIS= Gruner Veltliner, Neuburger, Rotgipfler, Sylvaner
    • International– Chardonnay, Grauburgunder, Pinot Blanc, Riesling, Traminer, Weissburgunder
  • ROT= ?
  • GEOGRAPHY– Austria, In Vienna
  • TOPOGRAPHY– “Rolling/ Hilly”
  • VINICULTURE– Field Blend, At least 3 Grapes Planted, Harvested, Fermented Together
    • Main Grape In Blend Can’t Exceed 50%, Third Highest Grape at Least 10%
    • +12.5% Abv.
    • Estate/ Producer– Edelmoser, Franz, Groiss, Hajszanneumann, Jutta Ambrsitsch, Mayer, R & A Pfaffl, Rotes Haus, Wien Cobenzi

**Refer to “BIBLIOGRAPHY/ SOURCES” For Details On Scholarly Works Referenced