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The Schloss Gobelsburg winery is located in the Lower Austrian wine-growing region of Kamptal. The history of the winery is closely linked to the Cistercian monastery of Zwettl, which was founded in 1138 by Hadmar I of Kuenring. (+1138). In 1171, the then owner of Gobelsburg Castle provided the Cistercian monks from Burgundy with a farm with vineyards that are still cultivated today. After the monastery's vineyard holdings had expanded over the centuries to the south of Wien, it became necessary to create a central contact point for the monastery's wine activities. Therefore, the castle was purchased by the monastery in 1740 and the monastery's central winery was built in it. From 1958, Father Bertrand Baumann, later Abbot of Zwettl, managed the winery and made the "Gobelsburg Mass Wine" a well-known brand. Since 1996, the winery and castle have been run by Eva and Michael Moosbrugger, with the participation of winemaker Willi Bründlmayer.

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