In Burgenland, the sun is shining for more than 2,000 hours a year. Spring starts earlier here and winter later. The climate in Austria’s easternmost province is mild thanks to the undulating hills and the wide open, steppic plains.
Traditional Vineyards and Old-Established Wineries
AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCES AWAIT YOU IN BURGENLAND
Situated in the very east of Austria, Burgenland awaits you with pristine landscapes and locally grown products. Viticulture is characteristic for this province. Undulating hills, yellow grain fields and extensive vineyards - historical villages are scattered about Burgenland’s beautiful countryside.
It’s the perfect opportunity to stay in a “Kellerstöckl”, a traditional building that was once used for pressing and storing the wine. Spend the night surrounded by vineyards only. Sports enthusiasts can take their bikes out and flock to one of the many cycle trails that lead to Hungary. Lake Neusiedl is the perfect spot for a refreshing dip. Or would you like to sample the much celebrated Uhudler in one of the cosy wine taverns? With it, you can relish a savoury snack platter with bacon and other culinary treats. Enjoy your meal!
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A harmonious blend of nature, fine dining and culture is characteristic for the region surrounding Lake Neusiedl. Winemaker Sepp welcomes you with a glass of wine, fresh and cold. The young guests get a cherry lemonade that’s produced here, in the region. In the evening, when you take your bikes out and go to the shores of Lake Neusiedl, you should pin back your ears - the sound of reed shaken by the wind is absolutely magical! Take a seat on the picnic blanket in the vineyard. Sample local delicacies that were grown here, right where you’re sitting. Enjoy a delightful evening on holiday!
Have you always dreamed of helping harvest the grain? Central Burgenland is the ideal spot to be part of it. Very special types of grain such as einkorn, spelt wheats and emmer are grown here. After the work has been done, you can chill out on the lush, green meadow with a glass of the most typical wine in this region, the Blaufränkisch (blue Frankish). The eye catchers in Central Burgenland (also known as “the land of Blaufränkisch”) are not only the yellow grain fields but also the historical villages surrounded by vineyards. Stop by and taste one of the great wines that are produced here.
Are you looking for a place to relax and fully unwind? If so, Southern Burgenland is the place to be! Here, far away from the crowds, you can soak up the pristine scenery and indulge in natural, locally grown food in the farmhouses. Discover a great many of hidden gems on an e-bike tour. Visit winegrower Eva and taste a glass of the most typical wine here in Southern Burgenland, the Uhudler. The historical “Kellerstöckl”, a traditional building that was once used for pressing and storing the wine, makes for the perfectly genuine ambience. You won’t regret stopping by here!