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Austria's Must-Visit Wine Regions

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There are many things that come to mind when thinking of Austria, but wine typically isn't one of them. However, wine is grown around much of the country, especially the east, with Grüner Veltliner (white) and Blaufränkisch (red) the top local varietals. Visitors to Vienna will be happy to know the capital is itself one of Austria's top wine regions! In September, Heuriger wine taverns open up in and around Vienna to serve light snacks and fresh harvests.
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Nussberg, 1190 Wien, Austria
Austrian wines are made all the better by a visit to the many vineyards and wine taverns (Heuriger) on the outskirts of Vienna. Wieninger vineyard is located north of the city on the Nussberg. A light meal and wine outdoors among the vineyards is...
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7071 Rust, Austria
On the western side of the Neusiedlersee (Lake Neusiedler) is one of wine regions of the Burgenland, probably the most varied wine region in the country. In addition to Austria's most notable red wine, Blaufränkisch, the region also produces the...
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8461 Ratsch an der Weinstraße, Austria
Southern Styria is covered with vineyards, producing an assortment of excellent wines, most of which never make it out of the country. Fear not, the Styrian Weinstraße offers plenty of opportunity to sample wines from the region, such as Schilcher...
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3550 Langenlois, Austria
The Kamptal, or Kamp Valley, is one of eight wine regions in Lower Austria, which with around 27,000 hectares of vineyards grows more wine grapes than any other province. The town of Langenlois produces the most wine here, with an assortment...
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3620 Spitz, Austria
The Wachau UNESCO World Heritage landscape is also one of Austria’s most important wine regions. Along this part of the Danube terraced vineyards produce fruity Rieslings and Grüne Veltliners, two of Austria's most popular white wines. Autumn is...