The Alfred Markus Deim winery is located in the Schönberg commune in the Lower Austrian wine-growing region Kamptal, It has been family-owned since 1772. The vineyards cover 18 hectares of vines in two wine-growing areas, because a part is located next to the Kamptal in the Wachau, You are with the white wines Green Valtellina (over half of the vineyard area), Riesling. Pinot Blanc. Chardonnay, Malvasia ( Frühroter Veltliner ), Rivaner ( Müller-Thurgau ), Yellow muscatel and Sauvignon Blanc, as well as with the red wine varieties Zweigelt and Pinot Noir planted. The vineyards are grown according to the guidelines of the KIP (Controlled Integrated Production) farms, which is also documented by the symbol of the farm, the lizard. This includes, for example greening, from which a large stock of beneficial organisms such as predatory mites and ladybug what results in chemical crop protection herbicides reduced to a minimum. Quality criteria are pruning. drove thinning. foliage care to aerate the vines and thin out, By selective hand picking only healthy and ripe grapes are processed. The mainly very dry wines are, depending on the type of wine, in steel tanks, in large wooden barrels or in small ones oak barrels expanded. In addition, there are also Prädikatsweine in the wine range. The winery is a member of the "Schönberger Stoamandl" association.