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Riede or location (also Silberbühel) in the municipality of Mautern in Lower Austria, It was mentioned as a document in 1562. The name "Bichl" is a variation of "Bühel", which means hill. The “silver” is not derived from the precious metal, but most likely from the silvery, shiny mica that occurs here, of which large pieces are present in the lower areas. The majority of the vineyards covering almost ten hectares are in the wine-growing region Wachau, a small part with around two hectares, however, in the wine-growing region Kremstal, This division occurred in 1963. The soils of the reed, which faces south-east, consist of old Danube gravel and weathered rock overlaid with loess. Over 70% of the vineyard area is occupied by the variety that is predestined for this soil Green Valtellina, the other varieties are also white wines such as Chardonnay. Müller-Thurgau. Neuburger, Pinot Gris ( Pinot gris ) and Frühroter Veltliner, The producers, for example, have shares in the reed Eder Andreas. Hutter Fritz and Weingut Stift Göttweig,

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