Weingut Stift Klosterneuberg is the winemaking operation of the historic Augustinian Monastery in the town of Klosterneuberg located in the north-western suburbs of Vienna.
At 900 years old it is one of the oldest and most well-respected wine producers in Austria. The monastery is traditionally associated with viticulture, scholarship and art. It has an extensive library, enormous wine cellars and the famous Verduner Altar (1181) by Nicholaus of Verdun.
Today, the Monastery owns vineyards in Klosterneuberg itself and also in Vienna, both growing predominantly white grapes, while grapes for red wines are grown at Tattendorf in Thermenregion.
The town of Klosterneuberg is also home to the Federal College of Viticulture, one of the only schools in the world with a focus on wine making The viticultural research station is responsible for, amongst other things, the creation of the Zweigelt red grape variety in 1922.