The interaction of climate and soil in the Kamptal wine-growing region forms the basis for the character of the wines. Foothills of the Pannonian climate bring hot dry days to the area. Cool air currents from the higher situated Waldviertel mix and “season” the up to 38° C hot air. The soils are just as unique and ideal for growing wine: on the one hand, there is Gföhler gneiss, the primary rock from which the hills of the Kamptal valley were formed. On top of this there is brown earth, and sometimes there is also a layer of limestone in between. On the other hand, there is loess, flue dust from the Ice Age, which has compacted into fertile soil. And finally the loamy soils that lie directly on the banks of the Kamp.
Grüner Veltliner, Riesling, Roter Riesling, Roter Veltliner, Welschriesling