Discover an inexhaustable supply of wines from central Burgenland - and off course taste it...
Riedel: a Symphony of Glass & Taste
The effect of a Riedel glass on fine wine is profound. And among wine connoisseurs the go-to vessel.
Stanz: Austria’s top distilling village
It takes a village: Stanz in Tirol is Austria’s top producer of high-quality Schnapps.
Zotter Chocolate Factory
Ever had "hemp-mocha" or "welschriesling" chocolate? We didn't think so. Meet the Austrian "Willi Wonka".
Open Air Wine Village Museum
Experience the farm life from past centuries in Moschendorf in south Burgenland.
A New Shrine to Austrian Wine
The LOISIUM world of wine is a new addition visionary addition to Austria's wine country.
Enjoy a Vineyard Brunch
Weritas, a cool green shimmering glass structure is perched on the edge of the loess precipice called the Wagram...
Wine & Wellness at Hotel Veltlin
Far from the noise and hectic of a busy lifestyle, yet only a scenic hour’s drive north of Vienna...
Visit the Nikolaihof, a former 12th century monastery turned Europe's first biodynamic wine estate in the wine country of Lower Austria.
Christmas Season in Graz
During Advent, as the four weeks that lead up to Christmas are called in Austria, Graz literally lights up at night.
Luxury Spa Escape in the Vineyards
Enjoy a luxurious weekend of relaxation and enjoyment at the small boutique hotel Wein-Genuss in Pössnitzberg.
A Mouth-Watering Attraction in Graz
Tucked away behind the Opera House you'll stumble upon the local farmers market, which is quite an attraction in itself.
Since 1906, the Schrannenmarkt has always been the weekly market for the people living in Salzburg
Hotel Rathaus, Vienna
The Hotel Rathaus Wein & Design is a family operated hotel and dedicated the entire heart and soul of their establishment to wine.
Salzburger Nockerl Dessert
A dessert with a history dating back to the early 17th century has one of Salzburg biggest fanbase.
Plachutta: a Viennese Institution
Plachutta is renowned for its prime boiled beef, a Viennese signature dish called Tafelspitz.
Meet one of Austria's most innovative farmers and his passion for tomatoes.
Schlumberger: Austria’s Sekt Royalty
When Austrians talk about Sekt, they talk about the golden liquid that makes us all want more: sparkling wine.
Graz – Capital of Culinary Delights
When you hear gourmands rave about "Austria's delicatessen," they're most likely talking about Graz.
Wiener Mélange with Strauss Music
Delicious coffee specialties, yummy pastries, all enjoyed in cozy seats and couches, paired with live piano music.
A Baroque Winery with an iconic Past and a visionary future...
ÖBB railjet – Highspeed travel
Austria’s brand-new high-speed train takes you to places in no time.
Visit this traditional winery, which is however changing with the times in Burgenland.
Discover Styrian Food Secrets
Enjoy simple yet classical food at the Steirer restaurant in Styria's capital: Graz.
World-class Art & Culinary Delights
The café & restaurant, affords not just gastronomical delights, but an architectural feast as well.
Designer Wine Bar in Vienna
Unger & Klein is a wine shop turned wine bar that has the feel of designer blue jeans with stunning designer shelving that is simultaneously the wine list and menu.
A Viennese Epicurean highlight
Zum Schwarzen Kameel is a wine bar, a restaurant, a delicatessen and a favorite meeting place for Viennes all in one.
Blaufränkisch: Burgenland’s grape
If you love wine, you love the Burgenland and Blaufränkisch.
The Genusshotel Riegersburg is camouflaged in a vineyard on the Styrian Castle Route, 40 miles east of Graz.
Gemischter Satz in Vienna
Vienna’s Gemischter Satz are the only wines in the world to be included in the Slow Food “Ark of Taste”.
A futuristic winery with tradition
Visit the Esterhàzy Palace Wine Museum, discover the regional wine bar and shop, and shop at the state-of-the-art winery in Burgenland.
Palais Coburg Vienna: wine cellar
The Palais Coburg now houses a most luxurious all-suite hotel, a gourmet restaurant and a collection of rare wines that seeks international comparison.
The Eurail Austria Pass
Trains are a wonderful means for exploring Austria’s cities and towns.
Styrian tapas with local wines
The simple perfection of classic Austrian cuisine, gracious hospitality, and local expertise makes “Der Steirer” a favorite eatery...
King of Wines, Wine of Kings
Stroll down stately Baroque and Renaissance buildings in Rust on your way to taste the local wines.
Gut Purbach: Fine Art & Cuisine
Chef Max Stiegl enjoys a cult following at Gut Purbach for his authentic cuisine...
Looking for a Coffeehouse?
The coffeehouse is more than a culinary and social retreat. It is a way of life and symbolized the ultimate "Gemuetlichkeit".
Seewinkel National Park
Austria is the only place in the world that produces award winning sweet wines in a national park!
Bake your own Apple Strudel
Apple strudel lovers read on. Here is your chance to learn how to make authentic Strudel from the bakers to the Habsburg family. A great skill to bring back from vacation...
Walking in the Pannobile Vineyards
Explore the mystery and romance of the vineyards of Gols on the east side of Lake Neusiedl.
Music Film Festival in Vienna
The gothic spires of Vienna’s City Hall are an enchanting backdrop for two summer months of culinary and music highlights.
MuseumsQuartier: Art & Joie Vivre
One of the largest art and culture complexes in the world sits like an urban living room in the heart of Vienna.
Dine at Hotel Sans Souci Wien
Reserve a table at La Véranda, the restaurant of the new luxury boutique hotel Sans Souci in close proximity of Vienna’s bustling MuseumsQuartier.
Vienna’s trendy Yppenmarkt
Looking for a newly fashionable, eclectic neighborhood full of gourmet food purveyors and interesting restaurants? Then head to Ottakring in the 16th district.