anno 1284

Kremser Gebling

Kremser Gebling

The soil consists of a weathered calcareous conglomerate, covered by different powerful loess. In some Places 25m + deep roots, burrow into the loess terraces, northeast of the 1000 year Old wine town Krems.

Terroir
loess terraces
Vine variety
Grüner Veltliner & Riesling
Sea level
280 - 310m
Tilt
17°
Direction
east/southeast
Vine age
55+

anno 12 century

Kremser Wachtberg

Wachtberg - Weingut Zöhrer

From the top of this high hill the citizens of Krems were warned of approaching enemies during historical times (Wachtberg can be roughly translated as “Lookout Mountain”). The extensive southeast-facing terraces of the Wacht-
berg vineyard site reach up to 400 meters above sea level. The soil is calcareous with a high silt content. The bedrock consists of gneiss with minor schist and is covered by extensive deposits of loess.

Terroir
schist terraces
Vine variety
Grüner Veltliner
Sea level
260 - 400m
Tilt
Direction
southeast
Vine age
50+

anno 1204

Kremser Frechau

Frechau

It forms a west-east pulling back, the vineyards are directed to the southeast and lie on multi-storeyloess deposits, which are up to 20 meters thick.

Terrior
loess terraces
Vine variety
Grüner Veltliner
Sea level
230 - 250m
Tilt
Direction
southeast
Vine age
55+

anno 1135

Kremser Weinzierlberg

Weinzierlberg

is one of the oldest of the Krems Valley. The floor is made of granite and gneiss, covered by different powerful loess.

Terroir
primary rock terraces
Vine variety
Grüner Veltliner & Riesling
Sea level
230 - 250m
Tilt
Direction
southeast
Vine age
55+

anno 1214

Kremser Sandgrube

Sandgrube

The „Kremser Sandgrube” is the most famous single vineyard from the Kremstal. The big loess terraces, which are up to 20 meters thick, form an west to east elevation and the vineyards are oriented to the southeast.

Terroir
loess terraces
Vine variety
Grüner Veltliner
Sea level
230 - 250m
Tilt
Direction
southeast
Vine age
55+

anno 1214

Kremser Thurnerberg

Thurnerberg

The “Kremser Thurnrberg is easily inclined to the southwest and dominated by quartz rock.

Terroir
quartz rock
Vine variety
Grüner Veltliner
Sea level
310m
Tilt
flat
Direction
southwest
Vine age
25 - 50

anno 1214

Kremser Goldberg

Kremser Goldberg

The Goldberg towers up to 375m near the Krems river. Some loess on crystalline rock, some gneiss and Slate, some amphilbolit marble, give the wine its own character cut.

Terroir
quartz rock
Vine variety
Zweigelt
Sea level
300 - 330m
Tilt
Direction
south
Vine age
45+