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Hochäcker

Common name of the reed (also Hochacker) in Austria. The name does not, as one might suspect, indicate a higher location that is different from the surrounding area. Rather, it is arable or vine areas with "high earnings ". In addition to the ones listed below, there is another reindeer of this name in Gols,

Horitschon - Mittelburgenland

The vineyards cover around 100 hectares of vineyards on mostly heavy loam and loess soils with a little gravel and washed up in the lower area humus, The Rows of vines are mostly laid out in a north-south direction. Here are mainly the red wine varieties Blaufränkisch (80%), Zweigelt. Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot cultured. Cabernet Sauvignon is grown in the small “Hasler” sub-area. The wineries, for example, have shares in the vineyard Bauer Pöltl. Associate Albert. Iby Anton. Iby-Lehrner. Kerschbaum Maria. Kerschbaum Paul. Teacher Paul. Moritz Alfred, Winemaker of the cooperative United winegrowers Blaufränkischland and Weninger Franz,

Senftenberg - Kremstal

The south-west facing vineyard at 300 to 370 meters above sea level has one Tilt from 30 to 45 °. The floor consists of an iron-rich, well weathered gneiss with granite in the underground. Here are the varieties Riesling and yellow muscatel grown. The reed goes above the terraces into a flat surface on which mostly loess predominates. Be here Chardonnay. muscatel. Merlot and especially Green Valtellina grown. The wineries, for example, have shares in the vineyard Nigl Martin and Proidl Franz,

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