The winery is located in the wine town of Langenlois in the Lower Austrian wine growing region of Kamptal. The traditional farming family of the Summerer has been resident here since 1679. Alfred Summerer converted the formerly mixed farming operation to pure viticulture and created the basis of today's quality business. Since 1997, this has been managed by son Rupert and Elisabeth Summerer. The vineyards comprise 20 hectares of vineyards around Langenlois in the Käferberg, Schenkenbichl, Seeberg, Steinhaus and Steinmassl areas. The assortment has been reduced to the main variety Grüner Veltliner (60%), as well as Riesling and Zweigelt, because according to the philosophy of the house these are the three best suited grape varieties for the Kamptal.
The ecological cultivation in the vineyard is carried out with the aim of "peaceful viticulture". This is understood by the Summerer Winery to mean communication with the flora and fauna with respect for animals, plants and the soil. As enthusiastic vegetarians, neither animal products (gelatine) are used, nor are positive vibrations from the cosmos brought about with animal aids. Animals such as deer and rabbits are not regarded as enemies of the winegrower causing damage to game, because their excrements represent an external gland system for the plant world and contain valuable bio-information. By sowing grasses, herbs and legumes such as clover, alfalfa, phacelia, mustard, caraway, buckwheat, peas, beans, vetch etc. one offers the wild animals reasonable food alternatives.
Gentle whole grape pressing using a pneumatic system preserves the fruit aromas and prevents the release of bitter substances, tannins and histamines. During fermentation, the tanks are cooled by cold well water, thus achieving an aroma-preserving fermentation process. The wines mature in stainless steel tanks. During the entire fully automatic bottling process, contact between wine and oxygen is avoided by using carbon dioxide. Riesling and Grüner Veltliner Kamptal DAC are also produced. Summerer was the first Austrian winery to use the Vinolok glass closure as standard equipment. Since the 2005 vintage, all wines produced have been "cork-free" without exception.