The best wineries in Lower Austria

Discover Premier Wineries of Lower Austria to Visit

Wineries in Lower Austria2021-04-11T09:31:46+00:00

Explore the Best Wineries in Lower Austria

Lower Austria is the largest Austrian area for the production of quality wines. This name combines the rich potential of the origin and wine styles of local rare varieties, as well as some international grape varieties. In Lower Austria, there are eight distinct wine-growing zones, with such sonorous names as Wachau in the west and Carnuntum in the east. Wineries in Lower Austria are open for visitors and offering wide diversity of experiences.

Are you searching for tips or advice on wineries and vineyards to visit during your holiday to Lower Austria?
We have provided a list of wineries in Lower Austria open for visitors with direct booking options through our website. At WineTourism.com, we are available to answer any questions and help guide you towards the best fit when planning your wine region experience in Lower Austria. We hope you will discover what makes the region special and enjoy your exploration of unforgettable Lower Austria!

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Enjoy a glass of wine on the views of F.X.Pichler vineyards

Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries

Wachau winery producing light Steinfeder and Federspiels wines

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Dürnstein 107, Dürnstein, Krems-Land , 3601, Austria

Multiple award-winning winery in operation since 1898 famous for white wines

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Oberloiben 57, Dürnstein, Niederösterreich, 3601, Austria

Wines that Reflect Their Terroirs

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Gauderndorf 40, Eggenburg, 3730, Niederösterreich, Austria

A family owned vineyard where you will find peace and modern comforts.

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Donauände 3, Spitz, Wachau, 3620, Austria

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Weinbergstraße 3, Engabrunn, 3492, Niederösterreich, Austria

Winery with more than 250 years of tradition and a 23 hectares estate

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Wienerstrasse 46, Traiskirchen, Thermenregion, 2514, Austria

Internationally Award-winning traditional winery

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Obermarkersdorf 198, Obermarkersdorf, 2073, Niederösterreich, Austria

One of the Leading Wineries in Austria Producing Grüner Veltliner Wines

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Kleinriedenthal 113, 2074, Austria

Fourth-generation winery working with passion and harmony with nature

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Hollenburgerstraße 5, Krustetten, Lower Austria, Kremstal, 3508, Austria

Delightful wines of different styles along the Danube River at Weingut Hick Winery

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Oberarnsdorf 82, Oberarnsdorf, 3621, Lower Austria, Austria

Weingut Lagler works closely with nature to produce excellent wines

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Am Hinterweg 17, Spitz, 3620, Wachau, Austria

Winery producing a special Grüner Veltliner wine under the name Stockkultur

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Am Golfplatz 3, Poysdorf, Weinviertel, 2170, Austria

Map of Wineries in Lower Austria

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How to Reach Wineries in Lower Austria

Wineries in Lower Austria are easily accessible by different means of transportation

Vienna Airport is the near located international airport and it is a good starting point to start to explore wineries in Lower Austria.

The best way to experience wineries in Lower Austria is by driving a car and visiting the vineyards directly. Most of the wineries are located close to Sankt Polten town and you can easily get there from Vienna following A21 route. It takes around one hour to get to Sankt Polten town.

One of the easiest and fastest way to explore wineries in Lower Austria is get from Vienna to Sankt Polten by train. There is a direct train departing from Vienna Hbf and arriving at St.Polten Hbf. Services depart every 15 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 33 min.

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Everything you need to know before you visit wineries in Lower Austria

The best season to visit wineries in Lower Austria is Spring when nature wakes up again after winter when the tills turn green and the winemakers open their cellars to the visitors.  Enjoy the first days of spring in a charming environment of wineries in Lower Austria. The combination of a magical land, traditional holidays, excellent regional dishes, and fine wine guarantees an exceptional experience. For an unusual spring adventure, you can go by bike or on foot.

Wineries in Lower Austria bring together the best of the old and new worlds of wine making. Here you can find a large number of wineries of various types from old family-owned wineries to medal winning wineries. All of them are balancing tradition and modernity, following their own philosophy of winemaking.

Wineries in Lower Austria are well equipped and ready to host visitors. Almost all the wineries have access for reduced mobility people, they offer activities for kids and bus parking for groups. You can also feel free to take your pets while traveling to the wineries in Lower Austria.  Some of the wineries provide accommodation and restaurant services too.

Most of the wineries in Lower Austria use the following grape varieties in wine production:

Red Varieties: Zweigelt, Pinot Noir, Blaukrankisch
White Varieties: Grüner Veltliner, Riesling, Chardonnay

Wineries in Lower Austria are well-known for its legendary Gruner Veltliner. In addition, other grape varieties are grown here, including Zinfandel, Riesling, Zweigelt. The latter, by the way, produces an excellent Austrian dry red wine with a deep cherry-ruby color, an expressive berry aroma, and a refined velvety taste.

In recent years, several winemakers in the Lower Austria region have begun to develop a sparkling wine known as Sekt Methode Traditionelle. These wines are produced using conventional fermentation methods that occur in the bottle.

Some words to remember before you visit wineries in Lower Austria:

“Prost!” – Cheers!
“Wein” – Wine
“Weingut”- Winery
“Weinprobe” – Wine tasting
“Weinstraße” – Wine route

 

Are you interested in reading more about Lower Austria? Read our travel guide to the Lower Austria wine region, or visit our selection of the very best guide to wine tastings and tours in Lower Austria that you can book during your stay.