The winegrowing on the Wagram, which is at least 850 years old, is characterized not only by the high quality and variety of its products, but also by its scenic and cultural ambience. Magnificent views from the heights of the gravel hill country, cultivated vineyards, cellar alleys, churches, chapels and small monuments complete the enjoyment of the wine.
The French term "terroir" describes the natural advantages of winegrowing areas. The terroir on the Wagram is characterized by a variety of locations (loamy to gravelly; various slopes; exposed and protected locations). Among the dominating white wines, the Grüner Veltliner, Roter Veltiner and Frühroter Veltliner, Riesling and Pinot Blanc are particularly noteworthy, with the red wines Zweigelt, St. Laurent and Blauer Burgunder. This variety guarantees a wide range of fruity to tangy, high-quality wines.