View over the city center of St. Pölten

Wine-tavern cosiness

Wine culture that’s thousands of years old, more than 28,000 hectares of vineyards and a distinctive wine-tavern landscape – just the thing for fans of wine and culinary delights. Did you know that Lower Austria is the largest region to produce vintage wines in Austria? It’s the place where wine lovers will find everything that their hearts desire. Eight wine-growing regions produce Grüner Veltliner, internationally famous Riesling and the choicest of red wines. Fine wines that need to be tasted.

What sets a typical Lower Austrian wine tavern apart? Award-winning and locally produced wines, a varied choice of dishes that range from traditional to vegetarian and creative light, seasonal delicacies from the region along with the expert service provided by the families running them! ‘Talking brings people together’… as the saying here goes! And a wine tavern is simply the best place for a chat! Come in, take a seat, enjoy the best wines from the region!

St. Pölten is located on the edge of the Traisental wine-growing region, and the Wachau region is not so far away.


  • To get in the mood, we’re off to Krems on the Danube to experience the ‘Wein.Sinn’ (‘Wine.Sense’) in Sandgrube 13 run by the Krems winegrowers, one of Austria's best-known wine addresses.The ‘Winzer Krems’ are around 800 winegrowers from Krems and the surrounding wine-growing villages. Discover more about the wine: its origins, its history, its culture – and particularly its taste! The eight stations of the tour: Wein.Garten (Wine.Garden), Wein.Region (Wine.Region), Wein.Schatz (Wine.Treasure), Wein.Keller (Wine.Cellar), Wein.Film (Wine.Film), Wein.Galerie (Wine.Gallery), Wein.Kosmos (Wine.Cosmos), Wein.Kauf (Wine.Purchase).
  • Nussdorf ob der Traisen: hike in the company of a Traisentaler wine guide through the Ahrenberger and Eichberger Kellergasse (wine cellars lane), one of the longest in Austria, which takes in the ‘Korkenzieher’ (‘Corkscrew’) watchtower, the educational wine trail, old wine cellars, the ‘Nützlingshotel’ (‘Insect Hotel’), a variety of local wine taverns as well as the beautiful vineyards.
  • Wine-growing stories – trip to a Traisen Valley winegrower, explanation of the different wines, tasting of five wines, plus a traditional wine-tavern snack with a special bake

Included services

  • Guided tour with three wine tastings and one bread roll at the Wein.Sinn, Sandgrube 13, run by the Krems winegrowers
  • Guided hike in the Traisen Valley, around one hour
  • Stop at a winegrower’s, tasting of five wines, wine-tavern buffet (cold) with traditional treats

Price information

Price per person:         € 49.00

Optional: Overnight stay in St. Pölten from € 60.00 per person / breakfast / double room
Guided tour in St. Pölten
Trip to Herzogenburg Monastery (further modules available)

Duration: one day
Bookable: from 20 people
As of: April 2023
Valid: all year round

Offer availability

  • Bookable year-round in 2023

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