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Famous vineyard (location) in the two communities Baden (Austria) and Bad VÃ¶slau in the Lower Austrian wine-growing region thermal region . It was designed by Austrian wine pioneer Robert Aldwin Schlumberger purchased (1814-1879) in 1843. There he planted the first time in Austria, the French grape varieties Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot and Blue Portugal. From the latter he kelterte his world famous "VÃ¶slauer sparkling white wine", the oldest was later called "VÃ¶slauer Goldeck" the protected wine brand in Austria. In 1878, Schlumberger was awarded for his merits the title "Edler von Goldeck". Originally encompassed 120 acres, the vineyard. In the 1930s, the vineyard was divided into lots and sold, today it is only ten acres. The soil consists of limestone gravel, to be the traditional red grape varieties grown Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.