The Best Wineries in Austria

1124 wineries and wine taverns ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale in Austria. All information including address, phone number and opening hours.
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Take a seat in front of the beautiful pleasure palace in the vineyards, the delicacies are as numerous and varied as the wines: Federspiele and Smaragde wines plus international gems - curated by Roman Horvath, MW. No wonder tables are in high demand!

Dürnstein 107, 3601 Dürnstein, Austria

Bernd Pulker is a wine freak of the radical kind and his Heuriger has long been a cult restaurant. On warm days, caravans of hungry day-trippers sit in the garden to enjoy the best roast pork between Vienna and Bregenz - and the rare wines.

Rührsdorfer Kellergasse, 3602 Rührsdorf, Austria

Heuriger is somewhat off the beaten track, but whether you choose the various specialties from Pannonian Mangalitza pork, the Viennese ham or the creative salads, everything is excellent. You can also enjoy sitting in the beautiful inner courtyard or the barn of the old farmhouse.

Dorfstraße 43, 2465 Höflein, Austria

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

Like the labels of the Tscheppe-Eselböck family's organic wines, the Heurige has also established an art form: Pannonian basics, such as Feuerflecken, are complemented with the gastronomic impressions of the well-traveled gastro connoisseurs. All this in a dream ambience with flair.

Hauptstraße 31, 7063 Oggau on Lake Neusiedl, Austria

The enthusiasm of the sisters, who are the second generation to fill the "Schankl" with life, can be felt in many details: vine wood decoration, delicacies on the slate plate and of course the abundance of white wines (70 percent of the vineyard area) serve only one goal: a good time.

Schulgasse 11, 2443 Leithaprodersdorf, Austria

Pretty, modern Heuriger in the cellar lane at Frauengrund, not far from Krems. From the terrace and in the garden you can enjoy down-to-earth delicacies surrounded only by vineyards - where the base wines for the house's sparkling wines also grow.

Schweren-Zapfen-Weg, 3506 Krems at the Donau, Austria

Spacious Heurigen restaurant with several parlours and a cozy courtyard. The kitchen serves both Heurigen classics and innovative creations. You can also choose from a large selection of wines from the famous Kremstal winery.

Ortsstraße 30, 3508 Höbenbach, Austria

Directly on steep vineyards, the terrace offers spots in the sun and shade. Young winemaker Stefan stands for fresh and fruity wines, accompanied by popular classics such as the daily freshly roasted brisket according to grandma's recipe. The desserts are also a hit.

Glanzer Kellerstraße 34, 8463 Leutschach, Austria

The Alphart family has always run the winery and wine tavern with a good mix of tradition, regionality and quality awareness. Culinary variety, often enjoyed in the courtyard, and of course the "Rodauner" as the star in the cellar call for a convivial get-together.

Wiener Straße 46, 2514 Traiskirchen, Austria

In the kitchen and cellar, the focus is on the essentials, the unadulterated - and it does well: the Heurigen culture with its finger on the pulse of the times works thanks to the carefully selected gourmet dishes and old grape varieties that are allowed in the particularly gluggable Gemischter Satz.

Langackergasse 5A, 1190 Vienna, Austria

With a view of the city but surrounded by green vineyards, take a seat in this popular location for day-trippers and city escapees. In this prime location, you can sample fine snacks and a selection of wines that will also satisfy "natural" fans.

Krapfenwaldgasse 17, 1190 Vienna, Austria

Heuriger meets country inn, both with a pleasingly high-quality finish. In the pretty Stammersdorfer Kellergasse, the kitchen serves regional dishes with a twist, including old Viennese pastries to finish. The cellar also serves excellent organic wines.

Stammersdorfer Kellergasse 131, 1210 Vienna, Austria

The award-winning wines are just one good reason for a visit. Others are the pleasant ambience on the outskirts of Vienna, the pleasant garden and the cuisine, which is prepared with a regional awareness and a commitment to craftsmanship. A Vienna classic!

Maurer Lange Gasse 123, 1230 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

The winery covers all pleasures: excellent wines, fine dining and cozy rooms. In the afternoon, casual Heurigen cuisine delights. Fresh cheese ravioli, polenta with gammel, bacon or spare ribs from the wool pig, the cheese plate delights with no less than seven varieties.

Neusetz 29, 8345 Straden, Austria

Small menu, big indulgence! This is the motto of Manuela and Gerhard Wallner, who not only serve the popular Salzstangerl. Top wines - from "namenlos" to "Kentaur" and "Ried Weinberg" - can also be sampled at the bar.

Oberer Weinweg 41, 7474 Deutsch Schützen, Austria

A Heuriger with a star chef and exquisite local and international wines is certainly unique. In addition to delicious fine dining, there are also down-to-earth Heurigen classics. Stylish interior, a cozy courtyard and the best service included.

Walterstraße 14, 3550 Langenlois, Austria

A family dedicated to enjoyment: Cathi has mature cheeses in her portfolio, while brother Lorenz is responsible for the vintage depth of the wines - by the bottle at the Heurigen! - is provided by brother Lorenz. The green courtyard and take-away delicacies complete the overall gastronomic package.

Wassergasse 7–9, 2514 Traiskirchen, Austria

Three pillars are important to the hostess par excellence, Johanna "Pipsi" Gebeshuber, in the spacious old winegrower's house: regionality, organic and slow food products. The cuisine builds on these pillars, and not just with the oven roast to accompany the local wines.

Wiener Straße 1, 2352 Gumpoldskirchen, Austria