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Vienna International Food & Drinks Guide

VieVinum 2018: International Wine Festival at the Vienna Hofburg

Once again, the VieVinum attracts 800 international trade visitors and an audience of around 15,000 and transforms the Vienna Imperial Palace into a vibrant place of good wine.

May 25, 2018

Most Expensive Sparkling Wine Bottle in the World Made in Vienna

A Schlumberger cuvée vintage 2007 with 6.600 Swarovski crystals and 26 hours manual work production time was sold for a record price of 10.000 Euro at the "Licht ins Dunkel" charity gala for a good cause.

March 26, 2018 · Sponsored Content

Vienna Forever the Most Livable of All Cities?

For the ninth time in a row, Vienna has been ranked number 1 worldwide in the Mercer Quality of Living ranking. Vienna owes this to the generous and liberal spending policy of the city government of recent decades. In view of the expected budget cuts, it remains to be seen whether Vienna will be able to maintain this leading position in the future.

March 20, 2018

26°EAST: Glamorous Opening of New Champagne Bar at Hotel Palais Hansen Kempinski

The new new cocktail and champagne bar 26°EAST was opened in the Palais Hansen Kempinski with a magnificent party. According to General Manager Gerhard Mitrovits, this bar is to develop into an exclusive bar hotspot at the end of the Ringstrasse.

March 17, 2018 · Sponsored Content

International Cuisine and Music Film Festival at City Hall Square

From 14 July to 4 September, Vienna’s City Hall Square is a vibrant meeting place for night owls who enjoy combining culture with food. Delicious dishes and music films from opera to pop guarantee great summer evenings.

June 29, 2016

Vienna Culinary Festival at the Vienna Stadtpark

At the beginning of May, the Vienna Stadtpark will be turned into a place of epicurean delights: The "Genussfestival" will be a showcase for select culinary specialties from Austria.

April 28, 2016

Decreasing Wine Production in Austria

According to Statistics Austria's wine harvest survey 2010, a wine production of 1 737 500 hl was achieved, produced on an area of 43 700 ha (-3% to 2009).

March 5, 2011