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Heuriger S’Weinlager

Heuriger S’Weinlager

To end the week, we opted for Straß, a place I have just visited but not had the opportunity to enjoy their wine. After some search, we selected S’Weinlager, situated in the Hasel Kellergasse. It is located just in the front of their vineyard, with a view to die for. We were lucky just in time to experience the sunset. Sitting outside in their garden with a ‘Sturm’ on my hand, a ‘Veltliner’ on my husband’s and a white grape juice on our little ones, we breathed to the fresh air, watching the sun go down.

We furthermore got the opportunity to meet the family Lager! Such a welcoming family, and not to forget the food we got served. I wasn’t really hungry, but I couldn’t resist digging an extra fork in that delicious plate.

To end it all, we went for the dessert ‘Schwedenbombe’. I actually found the name funny, since ‘Bombe’ means a bomb, so when I translated it, it went like ‘Sweden’s bomb’!

From the information we got, we heard that the Austrian socialite ‘Herr. Richard Lugner’ was also here at one point, and as you can see, the menu card is pictured with him.

Well, they say, pictures speak louder than words….have a look at what I got taken!

To contact:

+43 664 141 44 22

weinlager@yahoo.de

 

Schneider’s – Langenlois

Schneider’s – Langenlois

My son had his football training today, and while he was at it, I chose to visit the ice-cream shop Schneider’s. It is normally a restaurant, nut in summer it converts to an ice shop. My aim wasn’t to eat their delicious ice-cream, rather taste their Veltliner.

I was served a cold one, which had a beautiful colour and I took a sip. I should admit that I am already spoilt with Hofstetters’ Grüner Veltliner, and I can’t really compare it to another. I should start visiting more Heurigers to get the differences.

The surrounding

The surrounding ©P.Tschiltsch

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The Grüner Veltliner

The Grüner Veltliner ©P.Tschiltsch

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