We start in the center or at the market town hall of St. Anna am Aigen. In the immediate vicinity we see the starting sign for the "Wine Trail of the Senses" on the corner of a house and thus also the entrance to the hiking trail. After a few steps downhill, we leave the populated area and hike on clearly marked paths across meadows and forest areas, with various information boards and illustrative objects along the way. A short stretch along an asphalt road and further downhill through the forest, where we can orientate ourselves very well by the markings or the bottle signposts. Once on the valley floor, we reach the Wasserorgel wine trail station and the Frühwirth refreshment stop. Immediately, the trail goes uphill again, with a short, steeper stretch to the Buschenschank Hütter winery. From the Hütter winery we are on asphalt roads. Slightly downhill and uphill, passing the Weinhof and Gästehaus Pfeifer and continuing - somewhat steeper - uphill until we turn left just before the Schemming Chapel. The detour to the chapel is recommended. Pass a few houses and continue on wide forest paths. Along the "Schulweg" we again come to side roads, which we follow.
Passing the refreshment station Fischer we soon come to the intersection of the short and long route. Here we would have the possibility to shorten the round considerably.
We now hike further east and enjoy the view of the cultivated landscape. Through the forest and past the Höllischgraben with various sculptures, we reach the road and the Bergheurigen Grenzlandhof. Now we continue along the road until we reach our destination, the lookout point with the Hendlwirt inn. Here you can take a break and enjoy the magnificent view from the tower. The way back continues right by the road, below the inn. After a few minutes, the hiking trail branches off to the right downhill. The path leads first through a wooded area and then along small settlements with well-tended vineyards. From now on, we are mainly on roads and orient ourselves by the numerous ground markings or the wine bottle signposts. Passing the "Alte Presse" rest area in Stradenberg, we hike through the cultivated landscape with a good view, slightly up and down, until we reach the viewing platform "Über den Reben" on the right. Over the wooden footbridge and further downhill through the vineyard, we soon reach the valley floor. We cross the road and now hike a bit slightly uphill to reach elderberry fields. The path goes slightly downhill again, over the stream and from now on continuously uphill, walking parallel to the road for a bit. To the left we branch off into a side street to walk the last - somewhat steep - stretch to the church. Now only a few meters of altitude and we reach our starting point.