Wines, which carry the name TOM, should represent the Traisental wine-producing region. Freshness, juiciness and a pleasant fruitiness characterise the Tom wines. The excellent climate and the calcareous soils make the range what it is. Simple class for every occasion.

The Theyerner Berg mountain is the highest site of our wine estate and is situated at an altitude of 370-410m above sea level. Here the Grüne Veltliner profits from the cooler climate and the micaceous and sandy loess soils of the highly calcareous topsoil on conglomerate.

The Pletzengraben is definitely the steepest site on the estate and is situated at an altitude of 380m above sea level. The Grüner Veltliner, Riesling and Traminer wines of this steep cauldron-shaped site drive their deep roots through highly calcareous, sandy-loamy topsoil down into the weathering conglomerate of sandstone and quartz pebbles.

Ried Hochschopf

Our Pinot Noir and Grüner Veltliner wines can be found on the Nußdorf Hochschopf. In the lower terraces the topsoil carries a scattering of loam, the subsoil consists of conglomerate, covered with rusty brown sediments with sandstone, silt and marl.

Our Parapluiberg-Riesling owes its finish to the very watery soil, comprising calcareous conglomerate, with a thin layer of loamy loess soil and gravel. This micro-climate is also ideal thanks to the south-eastern alignment and the proximity of the forest.


For me, cellar work is bringing the quality and the character of the grapes from the vineyard into the bottle, without any damage and while safeguarding the uniqueness of the vintage and the vines. Meticulous cleanliness and delicate processing is therefore a matter of course for me. The wines are given plenty of time to develop themselves – our single site wines, Pletzengraben and Hochschopf, are carefully bottled after more than a year. The wines thank us with their timeless beauty and the unmistakable character of their origin.


Wine under the sign of sustainability

“Nachhaltig Austria” is a seal of quality for sustainably produced wines. They are produced according to economic, ecological and social criteria and strictly tested. From the grape harvest to the vinification of the wines to the bottling, the entire production process is examined for its contribution to sustainability. Economical use of water, energy, chemical fertilizers and efficient use of machines are rated just as positively as, for example, fair working conditions or sustainable economic action. Only if all requirements are fulfilled, a winegrower may mark his wines with the seal of quality.