Wagram is the third biggest wine area in Austria, after Weinviertel and Kamptal. From statistics of 2009, there were still 1136 grape-producing operations, which was more than a third of Kamptal. The actual number of the wineries in Wagram is likely to be around one hundred. 2451 acres of the vineyards are covered by Löss, and combined with the warm Pannonian climate, this makes the Grüner Veltliner grow in the best conditions.
The Wagram lies in the province of Lower Austria and is actually on both sides of the Danube River and extends eastwards from the famous wine town of Krems. It is less pronounced on the south of the Danube, than it is on north, where the wine village of Fels am Wagram is located. Due to the gentle touristic attention and the mild climate in which grapes, apricots and cherries flourish exquisitely, the Wagram is considered the Piedmont Austria. The viniculture here is particularly well-known and acknowledged mainly because of the excellent thriving Grüner Veltliner.