Heuriger or Buschenschank - which is better? Our opinion: none! The home cooking that is served in both – regardless of whether it is the cold platters from the Buschenschanken or the hearty cuisine from the Heurigen – is always good. And the wine even more!
Pumpkin seed oil is one of the most important products from the southern Styria region in Austria. Again and again you can see fields along the streets where the orange pumpkins grow in summer.
In Styria, people appreciate the delights of the region, which are produced on farms, wineries, distilleries, chocolate factories and cheese dairies. A Styrian vacation becomes a treat for the palate when you take the time to visit producers.
Discover Graz from a culinary point of view. Culinary lovers love Graz in Styria. Not really a miracle. The capital of Styria calls itself the “capital of pleasure in Austria”. In addition, the city is surrounded by a region of pleasure that is second to none.
Snacks whet your appetite, right? If you go on holiday in Austria's wine-growing regions, these are an essential part of it. My mouth is watering every time I see the wooden boards, slates or porcelain plates and plates.
The Wunsum lavender factory is located on the Sausal Wine Route on a mountain ridge just outside of Kitzeck. We visited them on our pleasure trip along the Sausal Wine Route. On site we find a little paradise full of scents, tastes and wonderful views.
From the end of May to July, elder flowers are not to be overlooked on the edges of the forest. Then their flowers shine between the green of the bushes. You can find an elderberry location on every excursion into nature. These elderflower blossom recipes make the trip a pleasure.
Culinary trips with a motorhome are not easy in Styria. Not every manufacturer of Styrian specialties can be reached via broad federal highways. Some of the wine routes lead to the winemakers via steep inclines. Parking spaces are not always big enough for campers. Here are tips.
For the Styrian holiday for connoisseurs, discover places where the vinegar flows like honey and the oil tastes like nuts. On this tour through Styria you will get to know a vinegar factory and a pumpkin seed mill that produces Styrian seed oil.
Something is happening in the cellar of Gut Pössnitzberg During our visit to Gut Pössnitzberg * in Glanz on the South Styrian Wine Route in Austria, we are lucky that hotel director Rainer Ogrinigg invites us to wine and sparkling wine tasting in the estate's sparkling wine cellar. At this time of year, the sparkling wines from the previous season rest in the cool chambers of the cellar, [...]