The Climate:

 

The Pannobile­ Region is part of the so called pannonium climate zone. Extremely hot and dry summers, and cold winters as well as the precipitation in autumn

and spring are typical for this climate.

On average the whole pannonium zone is rather dry, the average amount of precipitation is below 600 millimeters.

The region around Gols is one of the sunniest places in Austria: 10°C is the yearly temperature; more than 61 summer days a year are hotter than 25°C.

An important fact is the microclimate of the Lake Neusiedl. It works mitigating and compensatory, increases the air humidity and extends the vegetation period.

In summer the lake heats up to 30°C. At night the lake delivers the stored warmth slowly to its environment.

The mitigating effect of the lake prevents late frosts in the spring and provides a long, warm late autumn.

The intensive sun exposure provides ripe and juicy tannin. Lower temperatures during the night promote the fruit formation and works acid­receiving.

During the day the soil heats up and in the night it supplies stored warmth. In the sloping site this effect is supported by the sun exposure.

An important factor is also the wind, which blows frequent over the Pannonian plate and delivers good aeration of the vineyards.