Come and discover the cultural landscape of the Wachau during the Wachau Weinfrühling, visit over 100 Vinea wineries and taste the 2019 vintage with us!
Another reason for visiting the Wachau Weinfrühling are the 23 wineries from the hungarian wine region Tokaj, who bring a selection of their wines with them to the Weinfrühling and present them at Vinea wineries.
Entry fee: € 25.00 per person
The entry wristband is available at all participating wineries, selected partners and in advance at the Vinea Wachau office.
It entitles wearers to taste the wines offered and to use the Wachau buses, the Wachau train and the Danube ferries on both event days!
Information on the Wine Spring 2020
On the Saturday evening, there will be a celebration of dance and music in Spitz. Three bars will be offering wines from the Wachau and Tokaj, and the festivities will be rounded off with culinary delights from Harry's Gastrotainment.
Start: 6 pm
End: 1 am
Entry fee: € 15.00 (including 2 vouchers for a glass of wine)
available at the entrance of Schloss Spitz
Advice for your journey to Spitz: Special train with the Wachaubahn: Krems a./d. Donau: 18:44 | Krems Campus-Kunstmeile: 18:47 | Stein-Mautern: 18:50 | Unterloiben: 18:54 | Dürnstein-Oberloiben 18:57 | Weißenkirchen i./d. Wachau: 19:04 | Wösendorf-Joching: 19:06 | Spitz a./d. Donau: 19:12
Please make a reservation: +43 2742 360 990-1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Getting back: Shuttle buses to Krems at 11 pm & 1 am and to Melk at midnight (€ 5.00 per Person)
Attention: Available seats are limited!
On the evening of the first tasting day, winemakers and guests are invited to a convivial evening of wine and music at Schloss Spitz. The band „Schilfgürtel“ will be providing the atmosphere and playing a session, a selection of hot and cold dishes will be prepared by Harry's Gastrotainment.
Start: 6 pm
End of event: 1 am
Entry fee: €15,-- (including 2 wine tickets)
Advice for your trip to the Steinfeder-Night:
Special train from Krems/Donau to Spitz/Donau Krems a./d. Donau: 18:44 | Krems Campus-Kunstmeile: 18:47 | Stein-Mautern: 18:50 | Unterloiben: 18:54 | Dürnstein-Oberloiben 18:57 | Weißenkirchen i./d. Wachau: 19:04 | Wösendorf-Joching: 19:06 | Spitz a./d. Donau: 19:12
Please reserve seats +43 2742 360 990 - 99 oder info(at)noevog.at
Advice for your trip home:
At 11 pm and 1 am there will be a shuttle bus service from the train station in Spitz to the train station in Krems. At midnight there will be a shuttle bus service from Spitz train station to Melk. It will be possible to get off at destinations along the way. Please contact the driver regarding this. Tickets will only be sold at the Steinfeder Night and will be priced at € 5.00 per person. Places are limited!
Frequently asked questions on the Wachau Weinfrühling
What does a Wachau Weinfrühling visit involve?
Wachau Weinfrühling visits are very straightforward. A list of participating wineries is included in the Weinfrühling flyer, which is published annually. The listed wineries are open for visits between 10 am and 6 pm on both days of the event. Booking is not required.
The listed wineries are open for visits between 10 am and 6 pm on both days of the event. The exact details of what is on offer and how the tasting takes place depends on the winery, but all wineries will provide an opportunity to taste several wines from the current vintage.
Where can I get the Wachau Weinfrühling flyer?
The Weinfrühling flyer is available to download here upon release; it is also available at participating wineries, tourist information points and a large number of hotels and restaurants in the Wachau.
What is the best way of getting to the wineries during the Weinfrühling?
Many wineries are located within walking distance of the individual village centres. The addresses are shown on the Weinfrühling flyer. The locations are also easy to find at www.mywachau.at, and on the myWachau mobile app.
The Wachau wine sector is structured on a very small scale, and we therefore ask for your understanding for the fact that most of the wineries only have limited space, meaning that travel groups of more than 10 people may not all be able to sit down at the same time.
What is the best way to find accommodation during the Wachau Weinfrühling?
The Wachau Weinfrühling is one of the weekends with the most demand of any the whole year, and many regular visitors book a place to stay well in advance. You are thus strongly urged to reserve accommodation as early as possible. Click here for the online accommodation finder hosted by Donau Niederösterreich Tourismus.
Restaurants and Heuriger wine taverns
To find culinary delights, one need not look far in the Wachau region. Travelling along the Danube, visitors will discover several of Austria’s most celebrated restaurants, in addition to refined country-style cuisine and the Heuriger specialities. Whatever the dining choice, Wachau wine will be in abundant supply. Especially when travelling in a group, we also recommend in this case to make a reservation in advance. You will find a list of country inns and restaurants on our website under myWachau.