The Weinviertal is the largest wine growing region in Lower Austria with 13,356 hectares. It runs from the Danube in Vienna to the Czech border in the north and Slovakia in the east. It's most well-known for Gruner Veltliner and to many people it represents liter-land, table-wine Gruners. There are a number of small growers who are bucking the trend to sell their grapes to co-ops and bottling their wine to find a unique expression of Weinviertal terroir.