Snack in a typical wine tavern (Buschenschank, wine-growing estate Dreisiebner) in a vineyard in Southern Styria  | © Steiermark Tourismus | Harry Schiffer Snack in a typical wine tavern (Buschenschank, wine-growing estate Dreisiebner) in a vineyard in Southern Styria  | © Steiermark Tourismus | Harry Schiffer
Wine and cosiness

From one rustic wine tavern to the next

Just like the charming southern and eastern regions of Styria are inseparably linked to winemaking, the local wine routes are inseparably linked to rustic wine taverns. During leisurely vineyard strolls, cosy “Buschenschank” wine taverns invite you to drop in and enjoy some regional delicacies.

Good to know: The region’s viniculture prospered during the regency of empress Maria Theresia and Joseph II. It was also Joseph who issued the “Buschenschank decree“ in 1784. This decree allowed small, part-time wine producers to earn something on the side. The positive side effect: The measures not only benefitted the local economy but also the social life in the region’s villages.

Thermenschenke Laller_1 | © Thermenschenke Laller
  • Bad Radkersburg

Thermenschenke Laller

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Thermenschenke Steiner | © Tourismusverband Bad Blumau
  • Bad Blumau

Thermenschenke Steiner

Traditional dishes such as roast pork, ribs and potato sausage are prepared with love by the chef. Enjoy Styrian dishes...
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  • Hartberg-Umgebung

Buschenschank Weinbau Kainz

Tradition since 1950
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Klöch
  • Klöch

Rudolf Palz vlg. "Serbeth"

Our tavern is located in the middle of the Klöcher volcanic vineyard
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Buschenschank Kogelhohl | © Buschenschank Kogelhohl
  • Bad Schwanberg

Buschenschank "Kogelhohl"

The location of our Buschenschank is in the middle of vineyards with a view of Schwanberg, the Stullnegg valley and the...
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Alpaka-Heuriger und Alpaka-Wanderungen | © Stadtgemeinde Feldbach
  • Feldbach

Alpaka Heuriger

An alpaca world for up-close experience of the wonderful animals!
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Weinglas | © Thermen- und Vulkanland
  • Buch-Sankt Magdalena

Buschenschank Höfler

Welcome to Mitterberg in the Bad Waltersdorf region. The former hay barn was converted into a Buschenschank and has...
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Mein Rastplatz | © Rosemarie Weiß
  • Bad Gleichenberg

Mein Bauernladen - Mein Rastplatz

Mein Bauernladen in southeast Styria with pampering. Not only for shopping but also for enjoyment you come to Mein...
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Buschenschank Glirsch | © Buschenschank Glirsch
  • Eibiswald

Buschenschank Glirsch

In our Buschenschank we spoil you with homemade Styrian specialties (Geselchtes, Käferbohnen, Verhackert, etc.) from...
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Brettljause mit Ausblick | © Bergmann Bernhard
  • Bad Waltersdorf

BB1-Heuriger

Child-friendly excursion heuriger! Enjoy traditional delicacies, take in the beautiful view over Bad Waltersdorf and...
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Stube | © https://www.buschenschank-martinecz.com/
  • Bad Radkersburg

"Buschenschank im Dorf" - Fam. Martinecz

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Buschenschank Kober | © Familie Kober
  • Bad Blumau

Buschenschank Kober

Enjoy the wonderful view and the house's own quality wines, as well as Styrian specialities such as Brettljause,...
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Top-class wine taverns

The wine taverns in Styria’s wine-growing regions are a class of their own. This is proven by the “Ausgezeichnete Buschenschank” (excellent wine tavern) quality seal that underlines the quality of the products served there. Restaurants carrying this quality seal are recognisable by the burgundy rectangular “Ausgezeichnete Buschenschank” logo with white writing.

What guests can expect at these taverns: excellent quality and a vast selection of regional wines and other products. Glass culture, ambiance and the excellent quality and verifiable origin of all ingredients are important aspects at these top-class taverns.

At a wine tavern carrying the quality seal, guests can be sure that they are only served wine from the tavern’s own production and snack specialties made by the vintner family or local producers.

  • Any meat served at these wine taverns is processed on site or supplied by a direct marketer.
  • Fish exclusively comes from Styrian waters.
  • The tavern serves at least 4 Austrian cheeses and 3 types of home-made fruit juices.

By the way: All certified wine taverns also put big smiles on little faces, offering child-friendly snacks and boasting spacious playgrounds.

Styrian Wine Country Cycling Tour: Head to the south

Would you like to explore the Styrian wine country and its three wine-growing areas on two wheels? Then the Styrian Wine Country Cycling Tour might be just the thing for you! The first stage of the tour takes you along the Sausal wine route and the Schilcher wine route, both of them perfect for taking pleasurable breaks. If you want to stay longer, there are many accommodation providers located along the cycling tour.

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