Part of the 21st district of Vienna's Floridsdorf district in the northwest of the Austrian capital Wien on the southeast slope of the Bisamberg, The formerly independent town was incorporated in 1938. It extends to the Marchfeld plain. In 1784, Emperor Josef II (1741-1790) renewed the privilege of being able to serve home-made wine to Stammersdorfer. In addition to the perhaps better known Grinzing Stammersdorf is synonymous with locals, so to speak this year (Buschenschank), which are here in large numbers and are popular with many Viennese. Well-known wineries with mostly wine taverns are Goebel Hans-Peter. Robert helmet. Wieninger and Winzerhof Leopold, Strebersdorf borders on Stammersdorf to the south-west with also many wineries and wine taverns.