Small elevation upstream of the Kahlenberg at 332 meters above sea level in the north of Wien (Austria). The Viennese also gave this “mountain” Great location the name that encompasses the vineyards of the two former suburbs and now cadastral communities of Nussdorf and Heiligenstadt in the 19th district of Vienna, Döbling. The name is probably derived from walnut trees that were once planted here. Here they probably have even before the Romans Celts Wine-growing, which grape seed finds prove. The "Nussberger" was once a winged brand name for the typical Vienna mixed set, which was read and pressed together from up to seven varieties. At the World Exhibition in Wien in 1873, a “Nussberger” received several gold medals. The best part of the Nussberg large area is the southern slope, which is formed from the remains of a former coral reef (limestone) from a sea previously located here.
The vineyards now cover 76 hectares of vineyards in up to 35% hillside, You are close to the right Danube embankment, which has a very positive climatic impact on winegrowing. Due to the constant light wind, the grapes dry very quickly, are not prone to rot and can therefore be harvested late. The Riede Burgstall was already mentioned in 1258 as a "Purchstall" and is named after a castle-like building that was formerly located here. Other vineyards are Gollin (Collin), long devil, plagues, Prussia, Rosengartl, lap (upper, lower and middle), Ulm (Olm, derived from albums = white limestone) and Unger (formerly Hungarian, after the former owner Janos the Hungarian). Five of these were from the winegrowers' association WienWein defined as "first layers".
On the Nussberg mostly white wines such as Chardonnay. Green Valtellina. Neuburger. Riesling. Rotgipfler. Traminer and Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Blanc ), as well as a Mixed sentence cultured. In the 19th and 20th centuries, the "Nussberger" was a famous and popular mixed sentence and was also drunk at the imperial court. Nearby is Nußdorf, part of the 19th district of Vienna Döbling, where many of the typical Viennese this year are located. The wineries, for example, have shares Cobenzl. Fuhrgassl-Huber. Hajszan Neumann. Hengl-Haselbrunner. Kattus. Long Irene. Mayer at Pfarrplatz. Mayer Vitikultur. Klosterneuburg. Wieninger and Zahel, Opposite on the left bank of the Danube is the wine-growing, which is just as important Bisamberg,