Weingut Leth


The Wagram wine-growing region evolved during the Ice Age, when fine particles of matter were blown onto the bedrock of the Danube basin from prevailing glacial winds, to form layers of loam, sand, chalk and loess that are up to 20 metres in depth. This well-drained soil allows the roots to delve down and acquire water and nutrients from the deeper soils layers. Irrigation and fertilisers are therefore not necessary. The influence of the Pannonian climate, coupled with the diurnal effect of temperature between warm days and cool nights, provides the perfect conditions for unique terror wines.