The 600-year old house at the main square in Wösendorf in which Karl Kronberger’s winery is situated has a colourful past. Kronberger now mainly presses Veltliner and Riesling at the premises, but they also used to house a butcher, a school and a smith’s workshop. Today, visitors can enjoy the comfortable atmosphere in one of the most beautiful Heurigen of the Wachau, which is situated below an impressive and well-preserved barrel vault. Kronberger’s wines come from terraces that stretch from Joching to St. Michael and which cover four hectares in total. But although there are only a few kilometres between the Flackeln, the famous Kollmütz and the Harzenleiten terraces, the geological and climatic differences are significant. Karl Kronberger’s aim is always to make wines that are both individual but also typical of the region. He covers almost the entire spectrum: Federspiel, Smaragd, Rosé, Zweigelt and Auslese form a highly impressive range. Together with some delicious snacks, it is possible to sample all of them in his Heurigen.