Former wine region in Austria, renamed Wagram in early 2008, which underwent some changes in the 15 years of its existence. In 1993, the Donauland-Carnuntum wine region was separated and both parts became independent. 1995 then became the district of the wine region Donauland Traisental
separated and also became its own wine-growing region. The wine region Donauland, which was reduced as a result, consisted of the separate sub-regions of Wagram (around 2,400 hectares, north of the Danube
) and Klosterneuburg
(around 350 hectares, south of the Danube). The name Donauland has never really prevailed. More and more winegrowers made a name for themselves under the term Wagram, the name Donauland became an almost superfluous appendage. After long discussions, the name was changed to Wagram
decided. For Klosterneuburg
a large location has now been created within the Wagram wine-growing region. The new name became valid from the 2007 vintage.