Kamp Valley

The Kamp Valley (“Kamptal” in German) is famous for its typically peppery Grüner Veltliners DAC and elegantly fruity Rieslings DAC.

Langenlois produces more wine than any other town in Austria and is surrounding predominantly by soils of primary rock, clay and loess.

The Kamp Valley Wine Road derives its name from the Kamp River. Langelois is the main town in the area and produces more wine than any other town in Austria. With 3,800 ha of vineyards and a host of internationally known top winemakers, the Kamp Valley is one of the most successful winegrowing regions in the country.

The designation Kamptal DAC stands for wines made of Grüner Veltliner or Riesling grapes, either classically medium-weight wines or powerful dry reserves. Wine culture and tourism have special significance here, made all the stronger by the many heuriger wine taverns and wine shops. Heiligenstein is a vineyard-covered ridge that produces several world famous vintages and that affords an impressive view of the entire region.

The LOISIUM was created as an attraction for wine tourists: Above ground, there is a futuristic visitor center with a wine shop featuring regional wines and below ground, a mystically staged wine experience with light and sound effects along centuries’ old passageways. The complex symbolizes the symbiosis of tradition and innovation that has shaped viticulture and the current vintner generation in the Kamp Valley.

Kamp Valley Wine Road