Numerous small-scale agricultural farms are scattered throughout the Traisental valley. Vineyards here are not much bigger than the average family garden – yet they are farmed with lots of love and care, because the age of vines and the uniqueness of the soil is an incredible treasure. The grapes harvested here are the foundation for some of the most important wines of the winery and of the region: Grüner Veltliner Traisental DAC and Riesling Traisental DAC.

The climate of the Traisental valley is very similar to that of the Burgund – Reichersdorf lies along the same latitude as Beaune – and the area is blessed with cool nights and warm days. Because of this temperature induced interaction the development of the fruity flavours typical of these varietals becomes even more pronounced.

Affected by their location, height and geological bedrock these vineyards produce outstanding wines and even with the passing of the years they can be identified by these unique vineyard characteristics. Notably the limestone mix soil found in the area produces outstanding Veltliner and Rieslings with unmistakable character and distinction. The clarity and minerality of the wines are an expression of the climate and the vineyards from which they originated.

HUBER wines are unmistakable – characterized by their origins and by the vintner.

Essential grape varieties produced at the HUBER winery:

Grüner Veltliner 75%
Riesling 15%
Sauvignon Blanc 4%
Zweigelt 4%
Gelber Muskateller 2%