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Pfarrweingarten

Very common vineyard name in Austria, mostly derived from a former vineyard property of the church or monasteries. There is a reed called Pfarrweingarten in the municipality of Gamlitz in the wine-growing region of Southern Styria. The south-facing vineyards form a cauldron with soils on loamy sand over coral limestone. Here mainly the two white wine varieties Morillon(Chardonnay) and Sauvignon Blanc are cultivated. The vineyards Sattlerhof and Zweytick Ewald have shares in the reed.

There are also other reeds or individual vineyards of this name in the Austrian wine-growing regions Eisenberg, Kremstal and Weinviertel.

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