The Kamptal area is known for its typical Grüner Veltliner DAC with pepper scent and elegantly fruity Rheinriesling DAC.
Along the largest Austrian wine town of Langenlois dominate the soils on the rocks, the clay and the loess floors.
The name of this wine region was given according to the Kamp River, the main center is Austria's largest wine town of Langenlois. With its 3,800 hectares of vineyards and numerous world-renowned producers, Kamptal is one of the most successful wine regions in the country.
The sign Kamptal DAC is used for wines of the Veltliner Green or Riesling variety, either for medium-grained classical wines or full and dry with the Reserve label. Wine culture and tourism here have an important position enhanced by numerous Heuriger wineries, and wine shops. The legendary Heiligenstein vineyards come not only from some of the world-famous wines but also enjoy stunning views of the whole region. The attraction for wine tourism is represented by LOISIUM: above the ground a futuristic visitor center with a wine cellar offering regional wines, a mysteriously underground world of wine with lights and tones in centuries-old cellars.