Wine spring in Austria at Lake Wolfgang
Enjoy fine Austrian wines at the White Horse Inn during springtime
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The Austrian wine spring: the new season for wine connoisseurs and wine lovers from around the globe. At the White Horse Inn up to 12.000 of the finest bottles from Austria and around the world have found a suitable home: the famous Rock Cellar.
If you are a lover of fine wines, you will appreciate the extensive wine collection of exquisite international and Austrian wines available at the White Horse Inn. With three sommeliers led by the Head Sommelier Thomas Selinger, you are in capable hands whether choosing your ideal accompanying wine for dinner or during an exclusive wine tasting in the Rock Cellar of the White Horse Inn.
Wine spring in Austria at the White Horse Inn in April
In spring, the White Horse Inn is home to a rather special event: the White Horse Inn Wine Spring. In addition to the usual wine tasting and degustation sessions which take place every Sunday with Head Sommelier Thomas Selinger.
No matter whether you prefer white wine or red wine, you will be able to taste and appreciate the finest rarities and Austrian wine specialties at the White Horse Inn Wine Spring.
Look forward to tasting the finest Austrian and international wine specialties and splendid drops during the White Horse Inn Wine Spring in April. Head Sommelier Thomas Selinger and his team are looking forward to presenting their well hidden specialties.
A small Austrian Wine Encyclopaedia:
Austrian wine is predominantly white wine, made from a single grape variety producing a handful of blended wines. Austria’s most popular and widely planted white wine grape is “Gruener Veltliner”; however, “Grau Burgunder” (Austrian Pinot Grigio) and Riesling grapes can also be found. Austria has a number of internationally recognised wine regions, such as the South Styrian Wine Road, the Burgenland area and the Wachau area around Vienna. However the wine spring is the time for tasting Austrian red wines since Austrian red wines are often light to medium bodied, soft in tannins and rather fruit-flavoured with good acidity.