In 2002 Dorli Muhr and Dirk Niepoort founded the "Muhr-van der Niepoort" winery in the municipality of Prellenkirchen in the wine-growing region Carnuntum (Lower Austria) founded. After studying interpreting, Dorli Muhr founded the Wine & Partners agency in 1991, which today manages communications for companies and culinary projects all over the world. In 2004 she founded a group of quality-oriented winegrowers who set criteria for the use of the "Spitzerberg" origin and support each other. Dirk Niepoort owns the port wine house founded in 1842 Niepoort Vinhos based in postage (Portugal). In 2019 Dorli Muhr took over the 50% stake in her former partner. The winery has been operating under the name “Dorli Muhr” since 2017. As oenologist is responsible for Lukas Brandstätter.
The vineyards cover 12 hectares of vineyards on the Spitzerberg with pure limestone soil and extremely dry windy conditions. The areas on Spitzerberg were created by the association Traditional wineries Austria appointed to the first location. You are with the red varieties (80%) and Syrah (10%) as well Green Valtellina (10%) planted. The centerpiece is a small, revitalized plot of 0.17 hectares on Ried Rote Erde on Spitzerberg, which has been owned by her grandmother Katharina Muhr since 1912. The management has been carried out according to the certified rules of the Organic viticulture, Appropriate measures are taken to increase the quality greatly reduced.
All wines are made with yeasts from the vineyards or cellars fermented spontaneously, The white wines are in the stainless steel tank developed, the red wines mature in the traditional way for two years large wooden barrel, Premium wines are the three Blaufränkisch wines Ried Spitzerberg, Liebkind Ried Kobeln and Samt & Seide Prellenkirchen. Around 35,000 bottles of wine are produced annually, of which 75% are pure Blaufränkisch . Around a quarter is sold in Austria, and three quarters are exported worldwide. These are the USA, Great Britain, Ireland, Belgium, Holland, Portugal, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Thailand and Australia. The winery is a member of Die Rubin Carnuntum Weingüter und Traditional wineries Austria,