About us

Wilfersdorf Agricultural and Forestry Company works the agricultural and forestry property of the Foundation Prince Liechtenstein in Lower Austria. The business is located in Lower Austria's Weinviertel, roughly 50 km north of Vienna. There is also a forest in Sparbach near Mödling (Vienna Woods).

3,070 hectares of arable land and pasture
3,460 hectares of forest and other land
100 hectares of water
6,630 hectares total area

Extensive ancillary operations (Sparbach Nature Reserve, hunting, fishing, letting, leasing).

The first information about the Liechtenstein family's property in Lower Austria "left of the Danube towards the Moravian border" is to be found in the Klosterneuburger Saalbuch and dates from 1194 to 1196. In 1383, Duke Albrecht bestowed all the property belonging to Mistelbach to Johann of Liechtenstein. In 1385, Rabensburg Fortress and from 1391 to 1416 the properties at Wetzelsdorf, Katzelsdorf, Eibesthal, Poysdorf and Hausbrunn were identified as being Liechtenstein property. In 1457, Hohenau was acquired. In 1504, agreement was reached between the heirs, laying down a division of the entire Liechtenstein properties into three main lines, namely the Steyregg, Nikolsburg and Feldsberg lines. Karl Liechtenstein was raised to the status of a hereditary prince in 1608, with Maximilian and Gundakar following in 1623. In 1807, Liechtenstein Castle in Maria Enzersdorf and in 1808 the Sparbach Estate were purchased by Prince John I of Liechtenstein. In 1932, a forest estate was purchased in Kalwang, Styria. On 1 January 1989, the Austrian possessions were transferred to the Foundation Prince Liechtenstein.
Wilfersdorf agricultural and forestry company


Real Estate Management

Real Estate Management Vienna looks after and maintains the real estate owned by the Foundation Prince Liechtenstein in Vienna.

Wilfersdorf Agricultural & Forestry Company

Wilfersdorf Agricultural and Forestry Company works the agricultural and forestry property of the Foundation.

Kalwang Forest

The Kalwang Forest in Upper Styria concentrates on natural mountain forestry, hunting and fishing.

Renewable Energy

Liechtenstein Energie GmbH & Co KG and Geoterra GmbH focus on generating energy from water power and wind power.


The Liechtenstein GARDEN PALACE and the CITY PALACE are notable for their stunning symbiosis of architecture and masterpieces of art history.


The Princely Wilfersdorf domains together with the Liechtenstein winery produce wines and sparkling wines to meet every taste and standard.


LIECO GmbH & Co KG has been producing high-quality forestry container seedlings with guaranteed origin for optimum growth rates since 1985.


RiceTec is the first enterprise in North and South America that commercially markets hybrid rice seed.