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The range of hills protects the vineyards from the prevailing weather from the west. The influence of the Pannonian climate is felt from the east and south.

The climate of the Thermenregion is dominated by dry, hot summers and cold winters. In autumn, the constant air movement between the broad plains of the east and the Anninger range of the hills make the grapes dry quickly after rain or dew.

Average rainfalls are about 550 l/m 2. Decisive for the wines’ character though is the distribution of rainfalls during the growth period.

In the Thermenregion, the period of maturation goes on in a cooler season, which is a precondition for the burgundy varieties to develop their fascinating fruit-driven elegance.