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Appellations Kamptal,
Kremstal, Traisental, Wagram,
Wien (Vienna), Carnuntum, Thermenregion and Weinviertel


5 ÖTW.ERSTE LAGE vineyards
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Traisental Berg
traisental 1
Traisental Berg
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Named for the river Traisen, flowing in from the Alps, the Traisental is one of the smallest winegrowing regions in Austria, with some 815 hectares of vineyards. But the Traisental is quite imposing in one respect: Grüner Veltliner is the star of the show. In no other Austrian winegrowing region does GV claim such a great proportion of the area under vines: with more than sixty per cent, Traisental holds undisputed first place, although Riesling also figures as a specialty of the region.

Traisental AlteSetzen Ried Alte Setzen facing southeast
Traisental AlteSetzen Ried Alte Setzen facing southeast
weingut Grüner Veltliner
Traisental Zwirch v2 Ried Zwirch

Here, vines grow primarily on (often diminutive) terraces with dry, very limestony & gravelly soils. These give the wines an extremely distinctive profile, with robust body and a firm backbone. Minerality carries the flavour along, supports structural acidity and thus enhances the longevity of the wines. Special climatic factors – Pannonian influences and concurrent cold air from the Alpine foothills – bring warm days and cool nights, which ensure refined aromatics and spicy finesse.


Profile Traisental

  • Hectares: 815
  • Important municipalities: Traismauer, Nussdorf, Reichersdorf, Getzersdorf,
    Inzersdorf, Herzogenburg, Wölbling
  • Important DAC varieties: Grüner Veltliner, Riesling
  • Classified vineyards: 5 Erste Lagen
  • Average hours of sunshine over the last ten years: 1756 h*
  • Average precipitation over the last ten years: 600 mm*
  • Average temperature: 9,2°C*

    *Source: Documentation Austrian Wine, 2004-2017
Location map

A complete overview of the regions and the classified vineyard sites for download as PDF.

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