Winegrowing community in Burgenland DAC area Lake Neusiedl, which was mentioned in a document in 1217 as "Galus". In the 16th century, viticulture reached here mainly through the cultivation measures of Cistercian a highlight. The Turkish War in 1683 and the resulting devastation caused a setback followed by a varied history. Towards the end of the 19th century, Gols was destroyed by the devastating effects of phylloxera extremely hard hit. Professor Paul Vetter (a viticulture inspector from Ödenburg) acquired thereby great merits in the finishing the vines with American documents and thus more successful combat. Therefore, the Golser citizens made a monument to the "founders of viticulture" in gratitude.
Loess, Schwarzerde- and sandy soils allow the cultivation of different grape varieties or wines. The high humidity due to the nearby Lake Neusiedl and nearly 2,000 hours of sunshine per year also favor the Botrytis and thus the sweet wine production. The approximately 1,800 hectares are 80% with the white wine varieties Green Valtellina (over 300 ha), Riesling. Neuburger. Müller-Thurgau. Chardonnay and Riesling, as well as to 20% with the red wines Zweigelt (around 200 ha), Blaufränkisch. St. Laurent and Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ) planted.
Well-known vineyards are Altenberg, Old sentence, Bless, Reason, Gabarinza. Goldberg, Heathland, Neuberg, Reitäcker, Salzberg, Sheep lead, mirror (Spiegelluß) Ungerberg and gussets. South of Gols is the 1217 of Cistercian monks founded community Mönchshof with the vineyards kreuzjoch and Kurzberg. Every year around November 11th, around 65 Golser winegrowers open their cellar doors. There is an attractive supporting program with cellar galleries, as well as presentation and tasting of the Golser wines. A 2.8 km long wine trail informs with information boards about the region, viticulture and grape varieties. Golser winemakers founded the cooperatives Pannobile. Pannonian Weingärtner Neusiedlersee and Select Gols,
Among the most famous wineries and producers of the community include, among others Axle Paul. Axle Werner. Beck Erwin. Beck Judith. Bernthaler + Bernthaler. Bruckner Helmut. Bruckner Reinhard. Gsellmann Andreas. Gsellmann Matthias. Gsellmann Siegfried. Heinrich Gernot. Juris - Stiegelmar. Lehner Erwin. Leitner Gernot. Nittnaus Hans. Nittnaus John. Pittnauer Gerhard. Preisinger Claus. Preisinger Georg. Preisinger Helmut. Renner Helmuth. Rommer Michael. Schmelzer Horst and Georg. Schmelzer Georg - Köllan. Szigeti. Temer Christian. Varga Gerhard. White Christian. Weiss Markus. Wendelin Andreas and Wendelin Paul,