Wösendorf is barely a stones’ throw downstream from Spitz, but already climate is a touch warmer. Harvesting can be late, though not quite as extreme as in Spitz. Grüner and Riesling are planted in different sites (Spitaler, Kollmitz, Bach, Kollmutz) and Steinfeder, Federspiel and Smaragd wines are produced. Attention is as high as at the longer established family winery in Spitz, and wines are aged in a variation of stainless steel, oak and acacia. Generally there is less use made of botrytis affected berries here, and the wines have a clear, lifted, fruity nose and polished, ultra-pure flavours. The Smaragd wines from both varieties have the creamy texture of the best wines of the region, with lively, sometimes salty, mineral notes.