The well-known wine-growing town on the left bank of the Danube and west of the river Krems is the center of the Lower Austrian wine region Kremstal . The town was first mentioned in 995 as "urbs Chremisa". Krems in 1305 was elevated to city status in the city and the closeness to the wine by adding "the honor of the city to allermeist in the vineyards lies" and called "Città del Vino" documents. The heyday was over 50 yards reading (today we would call it co-operatives) spiritual lordships of Upper Austria, Salzburg, Bavaria and Bohemia in Krems and Stein economically active. In the 13th Century was nearly half of Krems vineyard owned by the monasteries. The town of Krems covered with 100,000 liters of three-quarters ...You see a shortened form of description. The full description is reserved for our subscribers.