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ried karl

Ried Karl

The name has its origin in the Middle High German word “Kar” (Key, Dishes). It is a mountain location which is headed south to southwest, bounded by the Strasser Bergweg in the West and protected in the East by a forest.

It is located at 280 to 340 meters above sea level and predominantly cultivated in terraces or on slight slopes. The ground is loam, often overlaid by sandy white or yellow crushed stone.

It is especially suitable for Grüner Veltliner, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc. It creates aromatic, rather light, long-lived wines.

Ried Wohra

Ried Wohra

The name derives from Wochrain (already mentioned in the year 1119) or Wogeram (former shore of the Danube river) and represents the terraces of the Wagram, which begins here:

The location is divided into three parts:

  • Terraces directly at the Wagram with gneissic grounds; the rock partly sticks out
  • Slight southern slopes above the terraces with grounds of crushed stone
  • The upper, flat part with slightly heavier ground

The area of the terraces and the crushed rock is especially suitable for Riesling wines.

It creates aromatic Riesling wines with a mineral note, which can be very stockable.

Ried Oberhasel

Ried Oberhasel

Located in the northern part of Etsdorf near the Strasser border.

Southern location with dry loam grounds, at 280 meters above sea level.

Suitable for Zweigelt, Blauburgunder, Weiβburgunder, Grüner Veltliner

Ried Hölle

Ried Hölle (Strass)

Due to the particularly steep slopes, this Ried lives up to its name “hell”. An altitude of 350 meters, as well as a sandy loess soil form an optimal basis for our Grüner Veltliner. The steep terraces are south or southwest aligned.

Ried Wolfsgraben

Ried Wolfsgraben

Our vineyards of the Ried Wolf ditch are located at 250 meters above sea level. The slopes are orientated to the south and southwest and provide perfect conditions for our Grüner Veltliner and Zweigelt.

Ried Galgenberg

Ried Galgenberg | Yellow Montain

The name derives from a medieval place of execution. However, vernacularly, it is called “Yellow Mountain” due to its yellow ground. The location is at 220 to 250 meters above sea level. It consists of a southern slope and a plateau. The ground is predominantly loam, crushed stone partly sticks out.

Especially suitable for Grüner Veltliner, Chardonnay, Weiβburgunder and red wines. It creates full, elegant wines

Ried Hofstadt

Ried Hofstadt

Located between Engabrunn and Etsdorf, bounded by the “Etsdorfer Kellergasse”. Slight southern slopes with fertile loam, located at 200 to 220 meters above sea level.

It is especially suitable for Grüner Veltliner and Zweigelt, creating full wines rich in extract.