Even the ancient Romans recognized the special value of Schloss Hubertendorf, cultivating wine there. The historical significance of this place reaches far back in time. Today,
Franz Aigner continues this tradition by meticulously restoring the castle's garden. His plan encompasses not only the revival of its former splendor but also the incorporation of rare varieties of flowers, fruit trees, and shrubs that are scarcely found today. This remarkable endeavor contributes to preserving botanical diversity while simultaneously offering insight into the past. Visitors to Schloss Hubertendorf have the opportunity to immerse themselves not only in history but also to establish a living connection to nature and the cultural landscape of the region.