The wine-growing region of Wagram received its new name in 2007, previously being known as Donauland. The 2,451 hectares of vines are planted in two distinct zones; to the north and to the south of the Danube. The northern zone, is a massive terrain that stretches along the northern bank of the Danube as far as Kamptal, and the areas towards the south, encompasses pretty villages around the Tullnerfeld region as well as the historic wine town of Klosterneuburg, just outside Vienna. The extensive geological features coupled with consistent weather provide ideal conditions for producing full-bodied wines rich in aroma and flavour with superb terroir attributes. The Grüner Veltliner in particular, benefits with maturing hearty and spicy wines, with substance and drinking pleasure in the classic and dry styles, as well as the rich, characterful Reserves.