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  • Focus 1 : Austria

    Discover a little-known wine region. Discover sublime wine routes between picturesque architecture and mountain landscapes. Austria and its wines won't reveal themselves as easily!
    Experience the different facets of this country, starting from Vienna and then discovering more rural areas.

    Enjoy the worldwide Capital of music, visit Schönbrunn Castle, learn how greatest virtuosos used to live, and then take a detour to a street in the historic heart stop, enjoy one of the many Viennese pastries.

    On your way, do not hesitate to make a musical stop in Salzburg or Innsbruk, ask for a bucolic break in Hallstatt or even in Bregenz to admire the mountains.

    And as always, take advantage of your magnificent wine route to admire sumptuous Austrian landscapes. But also to taste very good wines, mainly white in this region of Europe.
    Wine Passport offers you Austria as you have never seen, between culture, heritage and wine!

    Focus 2 : Wine regions

    The Wachau Valley:

    Alongside the Danube, the vineyards listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Wachau Valley roll past. Take a break and enjoy the opportunity to discover the very great white wines of the region. The unmissable Grüner Veltliner, this typical white of Austria is sometimes compared to white Burgundy. But you will also enjoy very good Riesling, Neuburger and Chardonnay.
    It is also an opportunity to walk in the picturesque village of Dürnstein through the Ruins of Kuenringer Burg Castle. Another pause is needed to visit Melk Abbey (the most important Baroque building in Austria).

    Kremstak and Kamptal:

    The surronding and rival area of Wachau also produces mainly Grüner Veltliner and Riesling. With different soils and vineyards, the density of the wines produced with these same grape varieties differs totally. Because they don't have the reputation of Wachau, they are often more accessible. In Krems, you'll also find astonishing vineyards on terraces, but also a wonderful city with typical Austrian architecture.

    Burgenland:

    Burgenland is the most eastern and the youngest region of Austria. More than a third of Austrian wine is produced there. The region has two differents sides, the first one is located around the Lake Neusiedl. There, you will taste mainly Blauer Zweigelte (red wine) but also a rich white wines.
    In the second part, west of Lake Neusiedl, near the towns of Purbach, Donnerskirchen, St. Margarethen, Rust, Schützen, Eisenstadt and Großhöflein, you should try white wines from Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and Wels

    Focus 3 : Why Wine Passport ?

    Wine Passport works everyday for several years to offer you exceptional trips around wine tourism.
    Our passion for wine, gastronomy and travel help us to find the most beautiful wine regions of the world.
    Whether you are wine professionals or beginners, you want to discover a region or only its vineyard, we will be able to meet your expectations.

    We organize your stays according to your wishes!

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