...are the perfect way to enjoy autumn in all its glory
A gentle mist rises from the waters of Lake Neusiedl in the early mornings, the air is crisp and clean, and a nice dry breeze wafts across the wide-open spaces of the Pannonian Plain during the day. With the harvest in Burgenland’s vineyards drawing to a close, many cellars are already well-stocked with the choicest wines of the year. What a lovely way for Burgenland to welcome its guests in November.
Anna Reichardt from Donnerskirchen was crowned Anna I, Wine Queen of Burgenland by Andreas Liegenfeld, President of the Regional Viticulture Association of Burgenland
On Saturday, 25 June 2016, more than 150 vine sponsors and friends of the St. Georgen vine gathered in St. Georgen am Leithagebirge to taste “their” first wine produced from that grape variety in hundreds of years.