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Vino Versum Poysdorf

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2170 Poysdorf
Brünner Str. 28

+43 2552 20371
+43 2552 20371


Pushchair Accessible Wheelchair Accessible Bistro / Restaurant E-car charging station Free entry with the NOE-card Groups Accepted with NÖ Card Children's program

Vino Versum Poysdorf – our name is synonymous with the universal experience connected with grapes, wine and viticulture in the Wine Town of Austria. Poysdorf has much to offer tourists but its main attraction, its centre and first point of contact, is the WEIN+TRAUBEN Welt (The WINE+GRAPE World).

The special WINE+GRAPE World resembles a historically developed town. The entrance via the modern Wine Market leads to a piazza with the Grape Hall and the historic Ecksteinhaus (The Cornerstone House). Deep below Brünner Straße (Brünner Street), visitors can go through a cellar tunnel to the Baroque public hospital with its romantic outdoor area and vineyard. Fully equipped wine press houses, a cellar full of barrels and the Poysdorf wine press museum show the development of viticulture up to the present day.

We complete our offer with tours of the Cellar Lanes, Tractor Tours, or a visit to a renowned Poysdorf Winery.

Grape hall

Poysdorf is the City of Grapes. The fruit of the vine, born by the biblical explorers, has been a symbol of the wine town for centuries. Starting from a monumental sculpture of the Poysdorf coat of arms, the visitor explores the stories of wine.

Children can really let off steam in the indoor grape playground. The station “From a winemaker to a host” tells about the past 200 years of history.

20 interactive stations want to be tried out in the WEIN + TRAUBEN world of Vino Versum Poysdorf. With the joystick of the time machine, the visitor whizzes through 150 million years of Poysdorf history. The photo tour enables the digital exploration of historical paintings, a portrait photograph of Otto von Bismarck begins to speak and you can swing on a wine barrel for a Bacchus selfie in the winegrower’s room.



The special exhibition “KELLER.KULTUR.ERBE” is dedicated to the well-known Weinviertel cellar lanes, the so-called typical “villages without a chimney” and shows for the first time scientifically examined the history of the wine cellars and the wine storage. Are the Weinviertel cellar lanes ready for UNESCO World Heritage?


Bee trail

Children, school groups, honey fans and bee friends learn everything about this animal, which is so important for People. The highlight of the bee trail is a show beehive, where you can watch the bee flight through an old window.
In the Guido Sklenar – showroom you can admire original beekeeping tools from the world-famous queen bee breeder.
Guided tours on request.


Guided cellar lane tours

Bürsting, Radyweg, Rösselberg are only 3 of the total 30 cellar lanes, which exist in the winetown Poysdorf. Famous is the „Kellergstetten“ at the end of the church. The press houses form a unique ensemble around an anger with old trees. In the “Radyweg” six press shops were converted into interactive Showrooms.


cellar lanes cycle by e-bike

See the different cellar lanes of Poysdorf and the surrounding area on this guided tour.
A guide will tell you interesting stories about the “villages without chimneys”.

Please tell us your height at the reservation.


guided tractor tours

High up on a historic fire brigade trailer your tractor guide drives you at comfortable speed to pittoresque places and buildings around the wine town.


Experience Poysdorf´s estates

The winegrowers personally lead through their cellars and tell interesting facts, but also stories and one or the other secret about winegrowing and cellar Management. Furthermore you get a wine tasting with bread and have a technical discussions in a good atmosphere.

  • Hall of Grapes with grape playground
  • Baroque public Hospital with chapel of St. Barbara
  • idyllic open-air area with wine press houses and wine cellars
  • unique wine press museum
  • wine market and regional shop
  • barrier free!


Special offers for groups and schools (on request)

  • Themed tours through the exhibition area and in the special exhibition
  • Aktive programs
  • Combined offers

Opening times:

april – end of october

daily from 10 am to 6 pm (last admission 5 pm)


guided tours:

  • every Saturday, Sunday and holidays at 2 pm
  • for groups on request

EUR 9,50       adults

EUR 5,00       Children up to 16 years

EUR 8,50       Seniors, students, attendants

EUR 8,50       Groups of more than 20 people

EUR 18,00     Family card

Children under 6 years free!


Prices incl. a wine- or juice sample


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