The winery "Salomon Fritz - Gut Oberstockstall" is located in the municipality of Oberstockstall in the Lower Austrian wine growing region Wagram
. For several centuries the estate was the parish and farm of the Passau vicars of Kirchberg am Wagram. It was secularized in 1803 and came into the possession of the Krems wine merchant family Salomon in 1864. In 1970 the estate was taken over by Fritz Salomon sr., and until 1977 the estate remained a branch of Salomon Undhof
in Stein/Danube. On his mother's side, the current owner Fritz Salomon jr. is descended from the Jamek
winegrowing family in the Wachau. In 1980 he discovered by chance the world's most important alchemist's find in the Gothic chapel. This was the inventory of an alchemical-metallurgical laboratory from the middle of the 16th century. In 1986, the former servants' quarters of the castle were converted into the "Hauben-Restaurant" run by Matthias Salomon. Since 1990 the winery has been managed by Fritz Salomon jr
The vineyards comprise 15 hectares of vineyards in the historic sites of Brunnberg, Ederin, Glockengießer, Grünbichl, Kirchenberg, Maulbeerpark, Tobel and Waasweg, some of which already belonged to the canons of Passau. They are planted 70% with the white wine varieties Grüner Veltliner, Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Gelber Traminer, and 30% with the red wine varieties Zweigelt, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon. Organic viticulture has been consistently practised for a long time; now the next step was the conversion to biodynamic viticulture
. For this reason, cattle are now also kept (fertilizer). Distillates (various fruit brandies) are also produced. The winery is a member of the two organic associations DEMETER
and Erde & Saat.