Market town in the wine region Mittelburgenland (Austria) with the cadastral community of Haschendorf. Already the Celts and Romans cultivated wine here. Neckenmarkt was in the immediate vicinity of the Römerstraße, which the two cities Scarbantia (Ödenburg) and Carnuntum Association. From the 15th century, the so-called "long-distance wine trade" was carried out and wine was often exported to Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia in exchange for natural products. In 1620 the Neckenmark farmers supported Nikolaus Graf Esterházy (1583-1645) in the struggle against rebellious Hungarians and Bohemia, the custom of flags oscillator back after which also a brand wine is named. An entry in the "Inventory Vinorum" in 1639 documents that in Neckenmarkt in 1637 eight and a half buckets (433 liters) "saying" ( outbreak ) was harvested.
The best quality vineyards with gravelly soil are on the southern slope of the Ödenburg Mountains. Well-known vineyards are Bodigraben, Grunderitsch, Himmelsthron, Hochberg, Kohlenberg, Rüsselsgrund, Sinter, Sonnensteig, Spiegelberg and Zinnersack. There are mainly the red wine varieties Blaufränkisch. Zweigelt. Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir ( Pinot Noir ) cultivated. Well-known Neckenmarkt producers are Bayer Heribert. Draxler Andreas. Fuchs Christian. Hundsdorfer Anton. Lang Stefan. Scheiblhofer. Tesch Josef. Wellanschitz. Juliana again. Wine cellar Neckenmarkt and Wohlmuth Gerhard,