Winery F.X. Pichler

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The Eastern-Pannonian climate brings warm air and dry winds flowing into Wachau and meeting with western-continental streams there. They unite with the cool breezes drawn from the Waldviertel plateau located towards the north, which drift like climatic fjords through the side valleys towards the Danube. This causes strong temperature fluctuations between day and night, which, together with microclimatic forces, foster the development of that special, noble aroma and flavor density Wachau wines have been famous for since the beginnings of winemaking.