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Poysdorf has been known as Austria’s wine and sparkling wine capital for centuries. Most important is the “Pfefferl” – this distinctive pepper spice in its wines. The long history of viticulture and wine production is not only portrayed in their sign: two winemakers carry a long stick with a huge grape. This scene from the Holy Bible shows the importance of the winemaking tradition in our hometown.

With 1400 hectares of vineyards, Poysdorf in the northeast of the Weinviertel is one of the largest wine-growing regions in Austria. The most popular vineyards are called “Kirchbergen”, “Bürsting” or the very first officially mentioned vineyard in Austria: (1338) “Herrmannschachern”, Grüner Veltliner, Welschriesling, Riesling, Grüner Sylvaner and Zweigelt thrive.

Culture and Recreation

VINO VERSUM tourism Office


Schlumberger Sektwelt

“Brothers come! We are drinking stars”. Learn more about the history and status quo of sparkling wine production.

Weinmarkt Poysdorf


Buy wine from 30 winemakers from Poysdorf at ex cellar prices.

Traktorwandern, Stadtrundfahrt und Fürstliche Rundfahrt

Discover our landscape, culture and cellars with an old-timer tractor.

Old cellar lanes tour

Old cellar lanes or hills form our typical landscape. These little houses – or ‘villages without chimney hoods’ as we prefer to call them – are central for our history and wine producing culture. Take a professional guide and experience the old way of producing wine.

Golf course Poysdorf

Situated between vineyards, fruit trees and soft hills, this green is very popular for golfers.
Holes/Par: 18/71, women 5200 m, gents 5614 m, Champion 5968 m. Call +43 (0) 2552/20272

Where to sleep

Book your ****Hotel, your private room or apartement.

Camping & activity court

Camping directly at Poysdorf’s swimming pond, beach volleyball, half pipe, mini golf …


Where to eat: from fine dining to hearty pubs.


Wine taverns serve you their own wines and food.

Cafe and Bars

Not always longing for wine and bacon in the afternoon? Try one of these …

Dining in Poysdorf’s vineyards

Open cellars

From April to September at least one of Poysdorf’s top winemakers opens the cellar for tastings served with snacks.

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