Vienna, once again voted the most liveable city in the world, is always worth a visit. If we think of the Austrian capital, imperialist architecture, Sachertorte or Empress Sissi comes to mind at first.
But Austria is also a wine country and if you are already in Vienna, you should visit one of the many wine bars of the city after an exciting sightseeing tour. At Uvinum we present 4 unique wine bars in Vienna in any order to enjoy one or two glasses of wine.
For the Falstaff team the best wine bar in Vienna is the MAST Weinbistro. This bar awaits you in a modern minimalist design and you will certainly feel at home there immediately thanks to the nice staff.
Are you a fan of organic wines? Then this is the right place! MAST Weinbistro has a passion for natural wines from national and international winegrowers. You should definitely come in with a little hunger. The futuristic dishes will certainly suit the taste of your palate.
The Millennials of Vienna feel particularly at home here. A rooftop bar with one of the best views over Vienna. The bar Der Dachbonden has everything the hipster heart desires.
On the wine list you will only find Austrian wines from the wine regions Neusiedlersee, Kremstal or Weinviertel. You can also try the popular Austrian long drinks with wine such as Weißer Spritzer or the cult drink Hugo, which is made with white wine and elderberry juice.
The O Boufés wine bar is located in the luxurious first district, close to the Austrian landmarks such as St. Stephen’s Cathedral and the Hofburg. It was opened in 2015 by Michelin-starred chef Konstantin Filippou.
As you would expect from a chef of this class, this wine bar offers only products of the highest quality. Here only natural wines from famous and also less well-known wine regions like Istria or Transylvania are served. And we certainly don’t have to ask you to try the dishes of this Michelin chef, do we? 😉
In the 19th district of Döbling you will find the Viennese Winery Wailand. Grüner Veltliner, Welschriesling and Zweigelt have been cultivated here for over 20 years. In the adjacent vineyard you can stop in the popular Heuriger and taste the wine and excellent food.
In Austria, a “Heuriger” is a restaurant where only self-produced wine and food may be served. Here you will experience an authentic Viennese tradition. The winery is not difficult to reach by public transport.
The winery Hannes Reeh elaborates this Hannes Reeh Heideboden Rot 2015, a red wine from Neusiedlersee with 2015 grapes and shows an alcoholic content of 13.5%.