The distillery museum located in the vineyard estate and distillery Heger (Weingut & Destillerie Heger) in Poysdorf focuses on explaining the differences between small distilleries and industrial distilleries regarding the quality of their products. The pic above shows pieces generally used in smaller stillhouses.
View of the parish church of Poysdorf (Pfarrkirche Poysdorf) taken from a nearby vineyard. I took this photo while joining a guided hiking tour through the vineyards of Poysdorf.
In the Austrian region of Weinviertel you often see a symbol of a cat. This symbol is known as ‘cellar cat’ (Kellerkatze). Some people believe the cat living in a wine vault will always rest on the barrel with the best wine. So vintners started to put the sculpture of a cat on top of the casks with their best products.
Once upon a time some parts of Austrian lanes were paved with clinker bricks produced in Schattau, the Czech Šatov of today. In Poysdorf and surroundings there are still such lanes with these typically yellow bricks (Schattauer Pflaster).
A very special accommodation in Poysdorf: The Eisenhuthaus, a building dating back to 1540, is not only the oldest building of the city but also offers some rooms for staying there.
The wine estate Taubenschuss (Weingut Taubenschuss) offers not only wine tastings but also guided tours through a compilation of contemporary art. Most impressive detail: The gallery of doves, where each exhibited artist created something creative with a given shape of a dove. [German]
The gallery of doves is a clever art project displayed at the vineyard estate Taubenschuss (Weingut Taubenschuss) in Poysdorf. The owner of the estate asked a couple of artists to paint a given shape of a dove in the typical style of the artist. So you can learn a lot about many local artist by just looking at doves.
The wine cellar lane Kirchengasse next to the parish church of Poysdorf was originally not a hollow-way but a defensive ditch for the fortified church.