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Operating since 1837, Ottakringer Brewery has been a popular hangout spot in the city ever since its establishment. Know the art of making beer as you take a guided tour of this historic brewery. This tour talks about the process of beer making and starts right from the ingredients and ends at bottling station. After the informative and interesting tour of this 175-year-old brewery, you can enjoy a tasting session of the popular beverages produced here.
Get a taste of true Austrian wines at the Weingut Hajszan Neumann. Earlier operated only as a winery, the owners of this place soon converted it into a restaurant and café and the place is very popular among local wine aficionados. Their organic wine farms are operated under strict guidance and rules by an international board of directors. Also, the restaurant offers some amazing and delicious local produce along with something called as a 'wine membership.'
Heuriger Sirbu, planted on a rolling hill in the verdant Dobling district, is a classic German wine hall providing visitors with a heap of gemutlichkeit, the good mood that comes when food, friends, and fun combine. Guests can sample three wine varietals from the backyard vineyard by themselves or in the Sirbu house blend while snacking on the inexpensive platters of locally raised pork, ox, sausages, and other traditional side offerings. Heuriger Sirbu's patio, lined with gaslight-style fixtures and featuring sweeping views of downtown Vienna, is the perfect place to enjoy quality local wines while removing yourself from the concrete environs of the city center.
A legendary winery in Vienna is the Weingut Wieninger established in 1915 by Edmund Steinbatz. Although Vienna is famous for its pastries and opera, this winery proves why the wine produced in this city is one of the finest. The place is run by the family’s fourth generation, represented Fritz Wieninger, who took it upon himself to produce great and top quality local wine. According to him, the produce at his vineyard is what he calls, 'Vienna in a glass.'