One of the five specific ones wine regions in the Austrian state or generic wine-growing region Burgenland, In 2016 there was a restructuring with some changes in the names and area boundaries. The name remained the same, but there were changes in the borders. Some areas of the wine region Neusiedlersee became the wine region Leithaberg (formerly Neusiedlersee-Hügelland) assigned. These were the communities Jois and winches, as well as some community castles Neusiedl am See, The area is named after the 320 km² large and 36 km long steppe lake. In the vernacular, it is mostly referred to as “Seewinkel” because it is angled to the lake. From the north of the state it stretches along the northern and along the entire eastern lake shore to the border Hungary,
Well-known wine-growing communities are Andau, Apetlon, Frauenkirchen, Gols (one of the largest in Austria), Halbturn, Illmitz, Kittsee, Mönchhof, Neusiedl am See (only part of the vineyards), Tadten, Pamhagen, Podersdorf, St. Andrä, Wallern and Weiden. The “Seewinkel Wine Road” starts at Neusiedl am See and runs along the Hungarian border, past the “Lange Lacke” nature reserve and leads back to Neusiedl. The best known vineyards are Altenberg Old sentence Bless Edelgrund Gabarinza. Goldberg. Hallebühl Heath ground kreuzjoch. Neuberg Riding fields Salzberg, Schafleiten, Siebenmahd, mirror Street fields Ungerberg and gussets.
Like everyone waters Lake Neusiedl has a positive regulating effect on viticulture. The climate is influenced by Pannonian and continental influences, the large Lake Neusiedl has a climate-regulating effect and acts as a heat store in autumn in connection with the sea fog that occurs. This also contributes to the formation of Botrytis (Noble rot) and thereby the production of very sweet Weep with those who have a very long tradition in this area. The growth cycle is longer than average with up to 250 days a year. As soil types loess, black earth, gravel and sand soils predominate.
In 2017, the vineyards covered a total of 6,675 hectares of vineyards. Compared to 2009 with 7,159 hectares, this was a reduction of 7%. The proportion of red wine varieties is 48.4% and the proportion of white wine varieties is 51.6%. The dominant variety with around a quarter of the total area is the red wine variety Zweigelt, followed by Welschriesling, Grüner Veltliner and Blaufränkisch , each with about a tenth:
| Grape variety - Austrian |
| officially permitted in Austria |
|colour|| hectare |
| % -Ant |
| hectare |
|Zweigelt||Blauer Zweigelt, Rotburger||red||1605||24.0||1813|
|Chardonnay||Morillon - Not used in the Bgld||White||442||6.6||400|
|White Burgundy||Pinot Blanc, Klevner||White||315||4.7||366|
|Blue burgundy||Pinot Noir, Blue Pinot Noir||red||144||2.2||189|
|muscatel||Yellow M., Red M. / Muscat Blanc||White||81||1.2||43|
|Traminer||Gewurztraminer, Red T., Yellow T.||White||66||1.0||97|
|Gray burgundy||Pinot gris, Ruländer||White||63||0.9||82|
|According to sentence white||-||White||23.5||0.4||44|
|and. white varieties||-||White||23.6||0.4||10|
|and. red varieties||-||red||5.0||0.1||0.5|
|WHITE VARIETIES||Third 448||51.6||3950|
From the 2012 vintage, the origin-controlled quality level Neusiedlersee DAC was introduced. All other quality wines have to with the origin Burgenland, the Vins under the wine-growing region designation wine country be marketed. In addition to the generally applicable DAC conditions special rules apply. The defining grape variety is Zweigelt, The residual sugar may not exceed 4 g / l. The date for the application to obtain the State test number is staggered in time. If the decision is positive (usually within a week), marketing may take place. There are two categories:
Classic : The expansion can take place in a steel tank or in a large wooden barrel. The Zweigelt variety must have a share of at least 85%. The existing one alcohol content must be at least 12% vol. The specification of a Riede is not permitted. The wines have to be one varietal. fruity and spicy Have taste. The application may be made no earlier than February 1 of the year following the harvest.
reserve : The expansion can be in a large wooden barrel or in Barrique respectively. The existing alcohol content must be at least 13% vol. The Zweigelt variety must have at least a 60% share, the rest can autochthonous Be varieties. The wines must have a typical, fruity, spicy and strong taste. The application may be made no earlier than February 1 of the second year following the harvest.
Well-known producers in the Neusiedlersee wine-growing area Achs Paul. Axle Werner. Beck Judith. Berger Leginthov. Bernthaler + Bernthaler. Bruckner Helmut. Bruckner Reinhard. Goldenits Richard. Goldenits Robert. Gsellmann Andreas. Gsellmann Matthias. Gsellmann Siegfried. Haider Gerhard. Hareter Thomas. Heinrich Gernot. Heiss Franz. Juris - Stiegelmar. Kracher Weinlaubenhof. Kroiss Walter. Lang Helmut. Lehner Erwin. Leitner Gernot. Lentsch Franz. Lentsch Josef. Meinklang - Michlits winery. Moser Sepp. Coinsman Johann. Nekowitsch Gerhard. Nittnau's brothers. Nittnaus John. Opitz Willi. Pasler Martin. Pittnauer Gerhard. PMC. Pöckl René. Preisinger Claus. Preisinger Georg. Preisinger Helmut. Renner Helmuth. Ride tax Paul. Rommer Michael. Salzl - Seewinkelhof. Scheiblhofer. Halbturn Castle. Schmelzer Horst and Georg. Schmelzer Georg - Köllan. Black Johann. Stölzerhof-Tschida. Szigeti. Temer Christian. Tschida-Angerhof. Tschida Christian. Umathum. Varga Gerhard. Velich Heinz. Waltschek. Wegleitner Johann. Weiss Christian. Weiss Manfred. Markus knows. Wendelin Andreas. Wendelin Paul. Wurzinger Josef and Zantho, Associations are Pannobile. Pannonian dance. Pannonian vineyard Neusiedlersee and Select Gols,
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