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Former wine-growing region in Austria renamed Wagram in early 2008, which underwent several changes in its 15 years of existence. In 1993, the wine-growing area Donauland-Carnuntum was separated and both parts independently. In 1995 the district of Donauland was built Traisental separated and also became its own Weinbaugebiet. The thereby reduced Weinbaugebiet Donauland consisted of the separate parts of Wagram (about 2,400 hectares, north of the Danube ) and Klosterneuburg (about 350 hectares, south of the Danube). The name Donauland has never really prevailed. More and more winemakers profiled themselves under the term Wagram, the name Donauland came to the almost superfluous appendage. After lengthy discussions, the name was renamed in mid-2007 Wagram decided. For Klosterneuburg Now a large location was created within the winegrowing area Wagram. The new name was valid from the 2007 vintage.

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