The vineyard Artner covers an area of 35 hectares of prime wine-growing land in the Carnuntum region of Austria. As the ancient Romans knew all too well, these nutritious lime and loess soils combined with the climatic influence of Lake Neusiedl and the Danube provide the optimal conditions for viticulture. This family-run business, located in Hoeflein, mainly focuses on the indigenous grape varieties of the region: Gruener Veltliner, Zweigelt and Blaufraenkisch. They are passionate about their artisanal wines that can be best described on a spectrum of light fruity whites to deep luscious reds, and as wines that always reflect their origin in the Carnuntum.