Large historic winery and wine-making cooperative in the municipality Loiben in the Lower Austrian wine region Wachau on the left bank of the Danube. In the more than 1000 years of its development it has made a significant contribution to the Austrian wine history and wine culture. The beginning goes back to the year 860, when King Louis the German (804-876), the Good, "Liupna" (today Oberloiben) gave the Salzburg church. The estate was subsequently the center of the colonization and cultivation in the area. In 1002 gave King Henry II (973-1024) to the monastery of Tegernsee "two Hooves Liupna places in the east ", which resulted in the neighboring Unterloiben to create new vineyards and the e...You see a shortened form of description. The full description is reserved for our subscribers.