Wine Gardens In Vienna
Escaping to the Wine Gardens of Vienna
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Visit Wine Gardens, Vienna (Austria)
Most of the wine gardens in Vienna are found in the woods of Vienna. Initially, the visitors may think it is a daunting task as the woods are not centrally located near the usual comfy spots for tourists nonetheless do not skip this golden opportunity. The wine has been one of the most important things in the culture of Vienna and although being a metropolitan city, it boasts that the vineyards cover almost 1700 acres of the city’s edge. The internationally renowned vineyards will surely provide you with an authentic taste of Vienna.
The Vienna wine gardens are generally referred to as a heuriger. The tradition first started in the 18th century when the winemakers of the country were given permission by Emperor Joseph II to sell their new fermented wine without any tax. Soon, they even started to set up chairs and tables for the guests and customers in their individual vineyards and invited all the others to take part in this new tradition. The wines in heuriger are directly served from the vineyards. Today, some of the vineyard owners also grow vegetables and raise chicken and cattle, enabling them to serve complete food and meals to the visitors directly from their farm. Most of the wine gardens offer visitors with both hot and cold delicacies.
The Vienna woods have many vineyards but among them, Nussdorf is the most popular both among the tourists and locals providing a perfect and authentic Vienna wine tour experience. On the other hand, you would also love to visit Heiligenstadt as it not only boasts a fantastic wine garden but is also renowned for the musical heritage that it possesses. The garden is known by the name of Beethoven Haus and Beethoven resided here while he composed the Ninth Symphony. The courtyard of this vineyard has been thickly covered with the wild vines since ages and the visitors can also enjoy the seasonal culinary and traditional delights here. In these traditional gardens, you can not only enjoy the rustic ambiance but also the rooms of wine pressing. The guests usually wait in the terraced gardens present at the entrance of the vineyards.
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