The largest vineyard to the wine-growing village Austria and is located about 10 kilometers northeast of Krems . This includes the communities Gobelsburg, Grove Village, Oberreith, Schiltern, sea, and Unterreith ZÃ¶bing. Retz was the first time in 1082 as "Liubisa" (the lovely) mentioned officially. Around the year 1100 received 40 civil and special rights conferred in 1519, Emperor Maximilian I (1459-1519) the place the arms market. Langenloiser wines have been famous for centuries. They were at the royal table of the Emperor Charles VI. (1685-1740) and delivered at the birth of his daughter Maria Theresa (1717-1780) served (which is indeed in the Austria-Visit of U.S. President Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II) was performed. Charles VI. also confirmed the special rights of the 'forties Shaft, "a still existing Langenloiser association of farming and wine-growers who are dedicated to the promotion of wine and culture. In 1990 the house was opened Ursin, a marketing and information center on wine tourism and culture, plus wine cellar with tasting room.
With around 2,000 hectares of vineyards are cultivated to 80% of white wines, these are mainly GrÃ¼ner Veltliner (about a third of the total), Riesling, MÃ¼ller-Thurgau, Pinot Blanc and Riesling. The three most common red wine varieties are Zweigelt (almost 10%), Gamay and Blue Portugal. As Austria's rarity is also a rare variety Queen Elizabeth cultivated. An architectural landmark of the entire wine Kamptal is the famous vineyard Heiligenstein at ZÃ¶bing, which is already mentioned in 1280 as a "bright stone". Other well-known vineyards are Dechant , Fahnberg , hazel, mountain beetles, Kogelberg, Ladner , Latvians, , Sauberg, Schenkenbichl , midsummer mountain Mirror (Riede Austria) , Stone house, Steinmassl , Tagler, Panzaun and Vekselberg . In September 2003, Retz was the wine world experience Loisium opened, seen above and below ground in a lot of information about wine can be. Well-known producers are Leopold Auer , BrÃ¼ndlmayer Willi , Ludwig Ehn , Grillmaier , Resentment , Ludwig Hiedler , Jurtschitsch , Thomas Leithner , Fred Loimer , Nastl Gunter , Rudolf Rabl , Sax Rudolph , Karl Steininger and Summerer .