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Weingut Knoll

Knoll is one of the best known of Austria’s leading producers of single vineyard Grüner Veltliner and Rieslings.

Most Wachau vineyards are located on steep, sweeping, vineyard-lined riverbanks could easily be mistaken for those of Germany's Mosel, even if the wines could not: classic Wachau Rieslings taste richer, riper and more tropical than their counterparts from the cooler, wetter Mosel. They have much more in common with the richest Rieslings of Alsace and Pfalz. 

Weingut Emmerich Knoll is located in the village of Unterloiben at the far eastern corner of the Austrian wine-growing region of Wachau, located in the north east of Austria. The winery is a little more than an hour from Vienna, by car. And the Wachau sites include Schuett, Loibenberg, Kellerberg, and Kreutles.

Top-end Wachau Smaragd wines can improve in the cellar for 20 years or more. Among the region's top Federspiel wines are Domane Wachau's Terrassen Riesling Federspiel and Emmerich Knoll's Grüner Veltliner Federspiel.