Schöfmann - Family Winery

Kellerstrasse 17
A-2054 Haugsdorf
Austria
Phone: +43 676 42 52 727
anton@schoefmann.at
www.schoefmann.at

Wines from Haugsdorf, the red wine island of the Weinviertel region.

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Weinviertel - 10 good reasons




… to visit our region.



1. Extraordinary redwines
The vineyards surrounding Haugsdorf are called the "redwine-island” of the Weinviertel. In the selection you can find the fruity ones like Blauer Portugieser and Zweigelt, as well as full-bodied and intense redwine cuvées.


2. Weinviertel DAC
Many wineries produce this high-quality Grüner Veltliner with its distinctive peppery style. It represents, how a typical Veltliner should taste: peppery, fresh and fruity!


3. The tradition of culinary delights
Have you once tried our Weinviertler dishes, like our grandmothers were used to cook them? Pumkin soup, dumplings, or apple pie… It is high time to taste them at the "Heurigen” or one of the Weinviertler Restaurants!


4. Regional products
which can be explored by tasting the culinary specialities of the Weinviertel. In each season of the year, you can discover a wide range of high-quality products made by our farmers.


5. Traditional festivities
They are the highlights of the year. Celebrations and enjoyment has always been of great importance to us!


6. The charming cellar lanes
also called "villages without chimneys”, 1,100 of them exist in our region. They can be visited within a guided tour or at one of the events, for which the cellar lanes are the ideal location with its unique flair.


7. Magnificent sceneries
adorable villages and beautiful views, created by the vineyards, make our landscape unique.


8. Popular tourist attractions
which offer various activities all over the year. The attractions below are always worth a visit.


9. Heart-warming hospitality
which you will experience at the hotels and private accommodations. The hosts endeavour to make your stay a perfect experience you will never forget.


10. "the Weinviertel - leisurely enjoyment”