We are not here on the proverbial wooden path, because the Zweigelt from here is classically expanded and the Grüner Veltliner also sees no wood in the form of barrique. The name comes simply because the shortest path from the forest leads to the village and the hollow path (a typical Lower Austrian way – species) was then used as a way to guide wood.

The wooden path is a northern slope and therefore a cooler location, but with a high amount of sand in the soil, which creates a nice tension ratio of cold and warm, which remains until the finished wine. Our Grüner Veltliner for our Flora grows here on vines that are about 30 years old, the Zweigelt was planted in 2001. Thus, young and old also shake hands here.