Wine-growing community in the northeast of the Lower Austrian wine-growing region Weinviertel, The Czech border is ten kilometers north. The place Herrnbaumgarten has become known in recent years primarily through the "Association for the utilization of excess ideas". In addition to many other curiosities, there is a “24-hour snail race”. Around a dozen winegrowers from the community have come together to form the “Vinetum” brand association. In 1995 the "Association for the Conservation and Revitalization of the Kellergassen ". Among other things, natural stone walls and decorative lanterns were erected. In spring 2005 the "crazy wine shop" was opened, in which a different winegrower always presents his products.
The municipality's vineyards cover a total of around 600 hectares. One of the best vineyards Altenbergen, Granitz, Johannesbergen (the largest), hack scratches, Hödeln, Kreinhölzer and the Reck am Aigen mentioned in 1043. The floors are largely made of loam and loess. The two main types are Green Valtellina and Riesling who for the most part as base wines be used for Austrian sparkling wine production. The varieties Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Blanc ) Zweigelt. Blue Portuguese and Blauburger cultured. The vineyards, for example, have shares in the vineyards Frank Harald. Hofkellerei Foundation Prince Liechtenstein (with headquarters in Wilfersdorf) and Voditschka Rudolf,
picture: © ÖWM - Armin Faber