The origin of this wine cooperative in the city Krems in Lower Austria with the address Sand pit 13 goes back to the oldest hewing guild of Krems and Stein, founded in 1447, the oldest in the German-speaking area. In 1938, quality-conscious winemakers from the Krems and Stein tusks founded the winemakers Krems. In the 1950s, the Traismauer (Traisental) wine cooperative, founded in Austria in 1898, was incorporated. From 1989 to 2019, Franz Ehrenleitner was responsible as managing director. During this time, a completely new press house with a fermentation and maturing cellar, which was equipped according to the latest standards, was put into operation, the vinotheque cellar in Bründlgraben was expanded and the wine experience world "Sandgrube 13 wein.sinn" was implemented with more than 30,000 visitors annually. During a tour in eight stations, you can take a look behind the scenes of the Krems winegrowers. Ludwig Holzer has been responsible since 2019.
Around 1,000 hectares of vineyards in five Lower Austria wine regions are managed by 960 contract winemakers. Most of these are in the wine-growing region Kremstal, but also in the wine-growing areas Kamptal. Traisental. Wachau and Wagram, The winegrowers are supported by specialists throughout the year when they are planted pruning, at the plant protection, in tillage, in foliage care, at the thin out and advise and support you in choosing the best possible reading time. The vineyard work is based on the specifications of a integrated crop protection,
The earnings is limited to a maximum of 7,000 kilograms per hectare. With IT support, an exact reading order is created. The entire harvest is taken over and processed separately according to grape varieties, different quality levels and individual origins. The grapes are 85% gentle Whole bunch pressing subjected. The three main types are Green Valtellina (60%), Zweigelt (20%) and Riesling (10%), others include Pinot Blanc ( Pinot Blanc ) Chardonnay and St. Laurent,
The wines are produced in the premium lines "Kellermeister" (gastronomy) or "Weinmanufaktur Krems" (food trade). 40% of the production goes to the upscale food trade and the gastronomy at home and abroad. The best-known brands are Grüner Veltliner Kremser Goldberg, Riesling Kremser Kremsleiten and Riesling Kremser Pfaffenberg, which are also part of the Vienna Opera Ball range. Wine cellars are located in Krems and Langenlois, where wines are stored back to 1947. Together with the Mineral water -Manufacturer Römerquelle, the premium G-sprayed "A'prima" was created in the bottle.
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