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The estate is located in the municipality of Kleinhadersdorf west of the municipality Poysdorf in the Lower Austrian wine region Weinviertel, The wine tradition of the Rieder family goes back many decades and is expressed in the farm name "WEINRIEDER". The company is run by Friedrich Rieder. The philosophy of the house gives the direction: "Ingenuity is often only a millimeter before the catastrophe". The vineyards cover 20 hectares of vineyards in the best south and south-west locations on loess and loam soils in the vineyards of Birthal, Bockgärten, Hohenleiten, Kugler and Schneiderberg. They are planted exclusively with white wines, namely Green Valtellina. Riesling. Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Blanc ).


The classic in operation is the Grüner Veltliner. Starting from Weinviertel DAC, as a typical peppery Grüner Veltliner from the region or as a Lagenveltliner from the Ried Schneiderberg to the Old Vines and reserves from 60 year old vines. In the vineyard there is a natural viticulture with, for example, protection of the beneficials. greening, as well as more rigorous Income restriction by short pruning and consistent thin out, The fermentation The natural wines are principally made in chilled stainless steel tanks with long storage on the lees, 95% dry white wines with aging potential and 5% Sweet wines generated. The wines are exported to a total of 30 countries, including China. Russia. Jamaica and the United States where to find them in the best restaurants. The winery is a member of the association Premium wineries Weinviertel,

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