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Years of tradition characterize the wine growing area of Carnuntum. After the Celts, this region experienced a glorious epoch under the Romans. The Heidentor, the symbol of the wine growing region in Carnuntum, is just one of the awesome excavations you can visit in the Carnuntum.

Their soil reaches from very nutritious loess to poor and dry gravel – these differences are taken into consideration during the planting. Accordingly their spicy and fruity white wines grow on the poor gravel and their powerful and rich reds on the nutritious soils.

Their philosophy is to work in combination with the nature and the weather; they are obliged to preserve the health and the reserves of their soil for the future generations.


Wine Appellation
Chardonnay Carnuntum
Weissburgunder Carnuntum
Zweigelt Classic Carnuntum
Anna Christina Zweigelt/Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon Carnuntum
Carnuntum Cuvee Zweigelt /Blaufränkisch/Merlot Carnuntum
Edles Tal Zweigelt/Merlot/Syrah Carnuntum
Available in: Maine, New Hampshire
Grown: Austria
Carnuntum is a historic wine-producing area along the southern banks of the Danube River in the Niederostereich region of north-eastern Austria. Rolling hills and a warm Pannonian climate characterize the terroir and give rise to modern, elegant red wines. Vineyards can mostly be found on the gently rolling hills of the Leithagebirge, the Arbetshaler Hugelland hills and the Hainburger Berge. The Danube River in the north and the Neusiedlersee Lake in the south create a mesoclimate suitable for the production of premium wine. The soil structures consist mostly of stony, dense loam and loess or sand and gravel, that offer the best conditions for red wine production, particularly the widely planted indigenous Zweigelt and Blaufränkisch along with the international varieties Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.