Barrier-free Best Wineries in Vienna

27 wineries and wine taverns ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale offering "Barrier-free" in Vienna. All information including address, phone number and opening hours.
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When you take a seat amidst the vines and Vienna lies at your feet, you don't really need much more - except, of course, wines that range from easy-drinking and uncomplicated to complex and nuanced. And perhaps some fine delicacies from Thum, Dormayer and Co.

Eichelhofweg 125, 1190 Vienna, Austria

Nobody goes home hungry! An extensive Heurigen buffet offers delicacies as far as the eye can see. There is also a large selection of hot dishes. The Stammersdorf institution places particular emphasis on organic and seasonal products.

Stammersdorfer Straße 78, 1210 Vienna, Austria

Once the home of Ludwig van Beethoven, today a romantic, typical suburban tavern that is always a magnet for visitors. Culinary delights include regional and seasonal delicacies - the house specialty is the warm Grammelknödel dumplings.

Pfarrplatz 2, 1190 Vienna, Austria

Open in odd-numbered months, this Buschenschank is particularly uncomplicated and pure. Cosiness, conviviality and simply good, home-made food are the main focus. The menu therefore never stays the same - but is always well stocked!

Sieveringer Straße 108, 1190 Vienna, Austria

There is plenty of room in the parlours, where the fireplace and tiled stove provide a rustic atmosphere, and in summer the garden is a wonderful place to sit. Wherever you choose to sample the classic Heurigen delicacies from the buffet, there are Viennese wines in all their facets to accompany them.

Jesuitensteig 28, 1230 Vienna, Austria

An old-style Viennese Heuriger where modern elements blend perfectly into the ambience. The menu focuses on the classics of Austrian Heuriger cuisine. The schnitzel with salad is always at the forefront - always freshly prepared.

Oberlaaer Straße 71, 1100 Vienna, Austria

What once began as a farm is now a state-of-the-art winery and wine tavern. Excellent Viennese wines and a rich buffet ranging from savoury to sweet are guaranteed. The homemade pastries are famous, especially the Schaumrolle - a poem!

Amtsstraße 44, 1210 Vienna, Austria

One of Vienna's oldest wine taverns boasts a special atmosphere thanks to its ideal (city) location in a listed building. And it's no longer a secret that Fuhrgassl-Huber is just as good with wines as it is with down-to-earth cuisine.

Ottakringer Straße 222–224, 1160 Vienna, Austria

Ottakringer's place to go for fans of hearty cuisine is friendly and down-to-earth. In addition to classics such as baked blunze, Knierling is also served. From time to time you can listen to Viennese songs - in the spirit of Prof. Karl Hodina.

Speckbachergasse 14, 1160 Vienna, Austria

Viennese gourmets make a pilgrimage to Ottakring on summer weekends and indulge in gastronomic delights at the family-run restaurant: buffet classics, fresh bread and Viennese wines taste even better in the peaceful garden. The Sunday morning pint is also popular.

Ottakringer Straße 225, 1160 Vienna, Austria

The lovingly designed terrace exudes cosiness with a view, while the kitchen serves expertly prepared dishes with a focus on wild herbs. The Bisamberger Veltliner is available in classic, "orange" and sparkling versions.

Senderstraße 27, 1210 Vienna, Austria

Traditional Heurigen delicacies such as homemade spreads accompany Grüner Veltliner and Blauburger. In summer, the homemade punch is also delicious. Younger guests can let off steam in the playground in the vineyard while older guests enjoy the view.

Schrammelgasse 102, 1170 Vienna, Austria

Wine from the Bisamberger vineyards is served in the cosy inner courtyard of the small tavern, while homemade specialties from Blunzn (blood sausage) to roast pork provide a hearty accompaniment. Warmth and a friendly atmosphere top it all off.

Langenzersdorfer Straße 49, 1210 Vienna, Austria

Vienna at your feet, the Kahlenberg and the vineyards always in view: It's not for nothing that this excursion destination close to the city with its beautiful terrace and conservatory is so popular with families - thanks to the large playground. Traditional buffet and equally good wines.

Kahlenberger Straße 210, 1190 Vienna, Austria

Yes, the Gemischter Satz is fine. But the true heart of this wine tavern is the warm atmosphere; the hosts are passionate about their profession. This dedication is clearly reflected in the excellent Heurigen cuisine and the fine wines.

Jedlersdorfer Platz 10, 1210 Vienna, Austria

In the spacious Buschenschank, everyone will find the place of their choice: from rustic parlours with tiled stoves to the beautifully landscaped courtyard. Home-made delicacies (e.g. lentils), pastries and Viennese wines are served according to old family recipes.

Rathstraße 46–50, 1190 Vienna, Austria

The third generation is now at the helm of the winery; fruit has also been cultivated for some time. After a hearty snack and a glass of Gemischter Satz or St. Laurent, it has to be a strong Dirndl brandy to round off the meal.

Langenzersdorfer Straße 50a, 1210 Vienna, Austria

In the middle of Stammersdorf, the extended region is the star both at the buffet and in the glass: hearty delicacies from the Weinviertel straw pig accompany Veltliner and Riesling from the foot of the Bisamberg whose soils provide fruity notes and good acidity.

Stammersdorfer Straße 14, 1210 Vienna, Austria

Hidden behind the hedges is one of the few remaining original wine taverns in Grinzing. The food and Wiegel wines are down-to-earth, and the ambience is correspondingly rustic. Plus: in summer they serve the best from the charcoal grill.

Himmelstraße 20, 1190 Vienna, Austria

A meeting place for young and old, especially in the warmer months. Guests encounter an almost fairytale-like, overgrown garden that scores points with its attention to detail. Schnitzel in all its varieties is a must on the menu.

Maurer Lange Gasse 37, 1230 Vienna, Austria