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Austria's Wine Regions

Austria’s wine regions are both beautiful and easy to visit. In fact, once you step off the plane in Vienna, you have already arrived in one of the world’s most unique wine region. Vienna. Just outside of Vienna is the region of Lower Austria which is famous for its vineyards alond the Danube.Then about one hour south east of Vienna lies the Burgenland, an excellent wine region around lake Neusiedl. Drive two hours south and you will be rewarded with the delights of the Southern Styrian Wine Road - a region which is also known as the Styrian Tuscany. 

Austria's Wine Regions

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Vienna's world class Vineyards

No other country can lay claim to so much viticulture and wine culture in its capital city. Grapes were cultivated here as early as 1132 AD and it’s now “in” to drink Viennese wine.
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Vineyards in Burgenland © Österreich Werbung, Popp G. Vineyards in Burgenland © Österreich Werbung, Popp G.

Wine in Burgenland

Barely an hour's drive from Vienna, Burgenland offers innovative vintners, chefs and artists determined to both preserve wonderful old traditions, and breathe new life into them. It is a noticeably warmer region, hence the array of white, sweet and red wines, all-thriving in a climate stabilized by the striking Lake Neusiedl.
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Wine in Lower Austria

Lower Austria's most famous wine region - the Wachau valley - is defenitely a must-visit for any wine lover visiting Austria. But even besides the beautiful vineyards along the Danube the province has a lot to offer to oenophiles in training.
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Wine in Styria

Take a trip to the southern Austrian state of Styria and discover countless wine oases. Many wineries offer visitors surprisingly chic tasting rooms. Sauvignon Blanc, the region's signature grape, is often harvested on impossibly steep slopes of slippery schist and shale soils.
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