Grüner Veltliner, Zweigelt, Gemischter Satz. These are just some of Austria's tongue twister varietals. Visitors can taste them in the idyllic wine country or anywhere with a local wine list.
Austria might not be at the top of the list of European wine destinations, but oenophiles around the world know it to be an innovative and quality-conscious producer. Austria's wine country is also naturally stunning and stacked with excellent restaurants, making it a great destination for travellers craving culinary refinement and gentle landscapes.
Learn more about Austria's wine regions below and be inspired by two sample itineraries!
Explore two hotspots of scenic wine production: The vineyards of Vienna and its gentle surroundings, or the region of South Styria, which locals refer to as the Tuscany of Austria.
Wine in Vienna & Lower Austria
Wine & Culinary Styria
From a historic perspective and a culinary one, the province of Styria is well worth discovering. Just two hours south of Vienna you'll find rolling hills lined with vineyards, orchards and bright pumpkin patches.Read more