As producers continue to dial up the quality and transform the image of what was, not so long ago, an unfashionable jug wine, db presents its top five Austrian Gemischter Satz producers…
On this day in 1809 Napoleon Bonaparte defeated the forces of Habsburg Austria in the vineyards outside Vienna at the brutal and bloody Battle of Wagram.
McDonald’s restaurants in Austria are offering free six-packs of beer to Euro 2016 supporters who have not been able to travel to France for the tournament.
In the last 10 years Gemischter Satz – the traditional field blend wine of Vienna – has been transformed from a bland jug wine to a top-quality tipple, says its leading proponent, Fritz Wieninger.
It started with a schnitzel. Then another schnitzel. Then some beer. Then we were ready: four days of gargantuan eating, meeting and drinking in Vienna and Langenlois.
London-based Austrian wine specialist Newcomer Wines is set to open its first permanent wine shop in Dalston, Hackney.
There’s nothing quite like an architectural statement to generate press interest for wine producers, but some have gone much further than others when it comes to winery design…
A wine importer specialising in Austrian wines has launched in Hong Kong to establish “strong links” between Austria and the Asia region.
When it comes to top end expressions of Pinot Noir, most people’s thoughts inevitably turn to Burgundy, but this roll call of excellence shows that today’s consumer has plenty of other options.
A beer supposedly named after the town of Fücking in Austria has sparked a round of complaints after its ads appeared on the website of a political party.
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