The "Lesehof Stagård" is located in the municipality Krems-Stein in the Lower Austrian wine-growing region Kremstal, The traditional business was named " Lesehof the Tegernsee "first mentioned in 1424. At this time operated here Benedictine Viticulture. In 1615 the brothers Karl from Raublingen (Germany) received the present family coat of arms from Archduke Maximilian (1558-1618). The current owner family took over the farm in 1786. After the marriage of Kenneth Stagård in 1981, the Swedish line of the house began. Since 2008 the company is run by the 7th generation Dominique Aurelia & Urban Stagård. Connected is a Winery in the old press cellar of the house.
The vineyards cover 15 hectares of vineyards in the vineyards Gaisberg, Goldberg (prehistoric rock with earth), Grillenparz (loess), Danzern (gravel with red soil), Hinterskirchl (loess), dog, Young Point & Süßenberg (alluvial), Kögl (Urgestein), Kremserl, Pitschental (loess), Schreck (Schiefer, Urgestein) and Weinzierlberg. You are over halfway with the leading varieties Grüner Veltliner and Riesling, as well as Pinot Blanc, Neuburger, Zweigelt and Blauburger planted. The changeover to Organic viticulture was completed in 2007. According to the strict guidelines are included plant protection, Pest control and fertilization only environmentally friendly agents used. These include, among many others, the promotion of beneficials as predatory mites and greening,
After a manual, selective harvest, the grapes are processed gently. The vinification takes place with as few interventions as possible in order to determine the origin or vineyard character and the varietal to emphasize. The wines are mainly, the vineyard wines in principle spontaneous fermented. On fining or other funds will be waived. The wines are stored on the long lees, The premium wines include various Rieslings and Grüner Veltliner Kremstal DAC or Kremstal DAC Reserve. Special features are the Orange wines the "stoneware" line, which ripen in 750 liter ceramic vessels. The winery is a member of the Kremser Stadtweinbauverein.