Heuriger wine taverns
Dining at a Heuriger


Hunger strikes in Burgenland by sunset at the latest, whether you fancy a really hearty snack of cold meats and cheese, bread and dripping, black pudding, or roast pork seasoned with caraway. Accompanied by a lively Welschriesling or a rich Blaufränkisch, it could be the start of a great evening in Burgenland.

You will recognise the classic Buschenchank, or roadside tavern (the original “Heuriger” wine tavern), by the pine branch or wreath depicted on a sign that is hung outside, or “ausg’steckt”.

The seating is usually simple wooden benches in the tavern’s courtyard or garden. The atmosphere is usually very friendly and if the wine grower is in a good mood, he might open up his cellar for you, or take guests on a tour of his vineyards.

The dishes on offer include typical Burgenland delicacies, such as bean strudel with cucumber salad, home-made brawn in vinegar and oil, a garnished taster platter, or onion-flavoured dripping and bread and dripping.


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