Autumn Feast of St. Martin
The Feast of St. Martin, patron saint of Burgenland, is a harvest festival to delight the senses. With 300 days of sunshine a year, the farmers and vintners of Burgenland are blessed with a long, sunny autumn and a bountiful harvest. Doors are flung open to welcome guests to taste the young wines and culinary specialties of the region.
A traditional feast: "Martinigansl" dinner.
Multiple events including art exhibitions, wine tastings, live music, and cellar alley festivals take place in October and November to celebrate the end of the harvest and Martiniloben, the Feast of St. Martin.
Succulent “Martinigansl” – roasted goose with aromatic chestnuts, delicious red cabbage and fluffy bread dumplings is THE traditional regional dish of the season that delights all. The local red wine from the indigenous grape variety, St. Laurent, is soft, silky and fruity – the perfect accompaniment. Schedule of Martiniloben events