Styrian tapas with local wines by the glass - like artisanal goat cheese with dark green, nutty Styrian pumpkinseed oil with a gooseberry and elderflower scented Sauvignon Blanc from Südsteiermark – are local delicacies. The non-oaked Chardonnay of Styria is called “Morillon” and its full-body and crisp fruit pairs perfectly with Styrian fried chicken or Tafelspitz with all the traditional condiments like creamed spinach, roasted potatoes, and apple-horseradish. Dedicated followers adore the traditional Sunday roast and let the friendly sommelier pair it with the perfect wine. A perfect end to a perfect meal is the flavorful coffee from the Hausbrandt roaster combined with a pure fruit distillate from Gölles, and something special from the Zotter Chocolate Manufacture – all further exquisite local products from Austria’s most southern province. A visit to the adjacent delicatessen will round out this epicurean Styrian adventure. Look for the vanilla-covered pumpkin seeds, a bottle of Styrian Morillon or Sauvignon-Blanc, or great bottle of pumpkin seed oil. Your friends at home will savor this edible souvenir.
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Austria’s southern beauty, the city of Graz, is a place of its own kind. Just two hours by car south of Vienna, the Styrian capital boasts culinary wonders from its nearby region that make your mouth water. Taste your way through this charming medieval city and don’t forget to bring back some delicatessen for your family and friends. Believe us, they will be upset if you don’t!Learn more about Graz delicacies...
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