Prager

Prager is as estate in the Wachau region in Niederösterreich (Lower Austria) in Austria. White wines Wachau, Grüner Veltliner, Achleiten: Wachau, Grüner Veltliner Achleiten Stockkultur Smaragd: Wachau, Grüner Veltliner Hinter den Burg Federspiel: Wachau, Riesling,...

Smaragd

Smaragd, the highest of three ripeness categories for dry white wines from the Wachau region of Austria, one ripeness step above Federspiel and two ripeness steps above Steinfeder. The rules for Smaragd stipulate grapes picked at a minimum must weight of 90 ºOechsle...

Steinfeder

Steinfeder, the lowest of three ripeness categories for dry white wines from the Wachau region of Austria, being below both the later picked Federspiel and the latest picked of all, Smaragd. The rules for Steinfeder stipulate grapes picked at a minimum must weight of...

Federspiel

Federspiel, the middle of three official ripeness categories for dry white wines from the Wachau region of Austria, between the earlier picked Steinfeder and the later picked Smaragd. The rules for Federspiel stipulate grapes picked at a minimum must weight of 83...

Wachau region

The Wachau wine region is located in Niederösterreich (Lower Austria) in Austria. It occupies a narrow valley of the Danube between the towns of Melk and Krems. Riesling and Grüner Veltliner from its steep from its steep north bank from Weissenkirchen past Dürnstein...