Medium clay with loose chalky sedimentary brown soil.
The site is exposed to the wind, which provides for excellent aeration of the vines rapid drying after rain.
Black, weathered earth with clay inclusions and gravel-like coverage.
Our vines here grow in earth rich in humus with stony topsoil. The depth of soil combined with the heat-storing upper layer provides for perfect ripening, healthy grape growth and elegant fruity flavours.
1980, 2003, 2010
Between Gumpoldskirchen and Pfaffstätten above a railway tunnel; the proud symbol of Traiskirch. The Riede Rodauner lies to the east of the Mandelhöh and incorporates the Chapel of St. Urbanus, the patron saint of viticulture.
Rich brown earth on shell limestone with rocky inclusions.
The deep, limestone-rich soil with good water-retention capacity provides our Rotgipfler variety
with everything it needs to ripen perfectly year for year.
South of Gumpoldskirchen, located above the Weinstraße road.
Sandy clay with rough limestone upper inclusions.
One of the most austere sites in the region; produces wines with special complexity every year.
The grapes are ideal for making Burgundy wines that can easily cope with the harsh growing
Positioned exactly halfway between Gumpoldskirchen and Pfaffstätten, above the
Badenerstrasse road extending as far as the Wasserleitungsweg path.
Deep, limestone brown earth with some chalky inclusions.
Well supplied from subterranean springs, the vines here produce wines that are particularly
fruity and cool.
Wishes and suggestions are very welcome, your family Alphart.