The winegrowing community is on the left Danube in the Lower Austrian wine region Wachau, Cadastral communities are Gut am Steg, Schwallenbach, Spitz and Vießling. The origin of Spitz goes back to the beginning of the 9th century. The area of Spitz was mentioned in a document as early as 830, when King Ludwig the German (806-876) gave the Niederaltaich monastery in Bavaria a gift of the town "Wahowa" from the emperor Charlemagne (742-814) confirmed. The community is in a large arc around the cone-shaped planted with vines Castle hill arranged with the reed of the same name. One of them is Tausendeimerberg, Other vineyards are Almenreith, Amtsgarten, Auleithen, Axpoint (Subriede Hochrain), Baumgartenthal, Brandstatt, Donaugarten, Fluiding, Gasslreith, Point - Gut am Steg, Setzberg (Subrieden fish box, country stables), Hartberg, Mühlgraben, Offenberg, Pluris, Singerriedel, Pointed pear, pointed point, Steinborz, Firs, bird ladders and Zornberg.
The original vine of the variety Neuburger was exposed at the ruin Hinterhaus (popularly "Burg") in the Auleithen vineyard. The Spitzer Graben is a side valley of the Danube that leads north at Spitz towards the Waldviertel. On the steep terraces above all Green Valtellina. Neuburger and Riesling grown. Well-known producers are Donabaum In The Spitz. Donabaum Johann. Donabaum Sighardt. Gritsch Josef. Gritsch Mauritiushof. Gritsch Roman. Hirtzberger Franz. hofstätter. Högl Josef. Lagler Karl. Rixinger and Schneeweisschen,
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