Why are our vines so at home here?
The Wagram, a massive, south-facing terrain comprised of fertile loess soils, is named after the „Wogenrain“, a former bank of the Danube river. On the Wagram, work is carried out hand in hand with nature. Which is one of the reasons why the distinctive wines here have evolved in recent years from a kind of “secret tip” to an integral part of a great wine culture. The area is home to diverse flora and fauna, and rare birds such as the hoopoe, the bee eater and the barn owl, thrive here as well – all proving that the environment has remained unspoiled. And this is exactly why our vines flourish on the Wagram. We preserve and care for the natural resources that provide such a wealth of wonderful soil and climate.