Kamptal is a white wine appellation in Niederösterreich focussing on Grüner Veltliner and Riesling. There are three tiers of quality in Kamptal, with the rules officially recognising village wines (Ortsweinn) and single vineyard wines (Riedenwein).
Kremstal DAC was the fourth appellation in Austria to adopt DAC status. It functions as a two tier system that showcases both the Grüner Veltliner and Riesling varieties.
A small, specialist Austrian appellation for high quality Zweigelt wines.
Located in Easter Austria, Thermenregion, which is named after the natural hot springs of the area, is home to high quality wines. Warmer and sunnier than other areas of Niederösterreich, this growing area of around 2200 hectares consists of barren and stony, but also heavy, loamy soils.
Known as Donauland until 2007, Wagram covers 2700 hectares of north and south of the Danube River.
With a vineyard area of around 13,858 hectares, Weinviertel is the largest DAC in Austria. Its recent and rapid success is down to the crisp and fruity expression of the Grüner Veltliner variety.