The single vineyard Ried Klostersatz located in the village of Oberloiben is one of the oldest in entire Wachau – it has been first documented in the year 860, then owned by the archbishop of Salzburg. Attributable by its position in the Danube river bend the sediments are fine-grained on the top and the pebbles coming from the Alps are building the drainage underneath. This fact and over 45 years old vines result in very spicy and a kind of athletic wines showing promising aging potential.

Village: Oberloiben
Grape varieties: Grüner Veltliner, Pinot blanc
Direction: S
Sea level: 200 – 205m
Gradient: 2%
Size: 18ha