Pulkau is an ancient wine-growing town that can look back on centuries of tradition. As early as 1025, the canons of St. Pölten received tithes in the area around Pulkau. A document has been preserved from the period 1216-20, from which it emerges that Count Konrad von Hardegg donated two vineyards - Vinea in loco qui dicitur Haselporz - to the Pulkau parish. This is the first time we are talking about today's Ried Haselparz, the top location for our Zweigelt variety!
Parish church of St. Michael with Jesswagner organ
Karner to St. Bartholomew
Church of the Precious Blood of Christ with winged altar
Klösterle am Arlberg
wonderful cycling and hiking trails
Tastings are very welcome from Monday to Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. by appointment.
Wines can be picked up in our pick-up zone on Sundays and public holidays.
In September and October, tasting is only possible to a limited extent due to the harvest.