The soils of the Göttweiger Berg are highly diverse. They range from loam and loess and local conglomerate to chalky clay and weathered slate. It is not surprising that, in this area with such a long wine-growing tradition, there are just the right combinations of varieties and sites.
The varietal breakdown is comprised of Grüner Veltliner, 60%; Riesling, 30%; Chardonnay, 4%; and Pinot Noir, 6%. The most important sites are Gottschelle, Silberbichl and Göttweiger Berg.
The wine estate Stift Göttweig is among the first producers to offer KREMSTAL DAC wines.