Popular name for Rieden or locations in Austria; there are at least five with this name. There are also other spellings, such as Altbergen or Altberg.
The vineyard has a 600-year history and emerged from the historic Golser wine mountains. It is a southwest slope on the edge of the Parndorfer Platte and comprises 52 hectares of vineyards. The nature of the soil is different. At the top of the slope, the soil consists of loess with gravel and gravel directly in front, on the middle slope from loess with sandy, clayey subsoil and pure loess on the foot. The subsoil is characterized by a high lime content. Above all, the red wine varieties Zweigelt. Blaufränkisch. St. Laurent and Merlot, as well as the white wine varieties Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Blanc ) grown.
The wineries, for example, have shares in the vineyard Achs Paul. Axle Werner. Beck Erwin. Beck Judith. Bernthaler + Bernthaler. Bruckner Helmut. Gsellmann Andreas. Gsellmann Siegfried. Lehner Erwin. Leitner Gernot. Nittnaus Anita & Hans. Pittnauer Gerhard. Preisinger Helmut. Renner Helmuth. Rommer Michael. Schmelzer Horst and Georg. Szigeti and Wendelin Andreas,
The vineyard has a loess soil with gravel and gravel. The red wine varieties Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ), Zweigelt and St. Laurent, but also Chardonnay cultivated. Shares in the vineyard have z. B. the wineries Glatzer Walter. Markowitsch Lukas. Netzl Franz. Ott Stefan. Pimpel and Taferner Franz,
There is a Riede Altenbergen here. The winery has a share Frank Harald,
The vineyard was first mentioned in 1397 as "Altenperg". The southern slope consists of calcareous clay soil. The Blaufränkisch is mainly grown here. The wineries, for example, have shares in the vineyard Grenzhof-Fiedler. MAD house Marienberg. Rebhof summer. Schindler Harald and Summer Franz,
The south-facing soils consist of primary rock, loess and clay. The varieties Grüner Veltliner, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Blauer Portugieser, St. Laurent, Cabernet Sauvignon and Zweigelt are cultivated here. A wine trail leads through the vineyard, where the history of viticulture is shown on display boards. The Altenberg estate in Lower Austria has a share in the vineyard.
The winery, for example, has a share in the vineyard Scheiblhofer,