For epicures, and those who aspire to be, the Lake Neusiedl region has a lot to offer. The special regional climate enables the local farmers to grow unique produce of excellent quality. This in turn means that our gastronomic offerings are of the highest standard all year round. Whether a specialty restaurant, local inn, trendy bar or comfortable wine tavern: We will cook you up a storm!
Get to know unpronounceable but unforgettable deliciousness – real Pannonian Mangalitsa pork and beef from Hungarian steppe cattle; “grammelpogatscherl” and fresh fish from the lake; fruit and vegetables from the Seewinkel area prepared as tasty apple, pumpkin, cabbage or bean strudel.
Genussregion Burgenland – www.genuss-region.at
Hot summers and mild late autumn days together with the humidity of Lake Neusiedl provide conditions for the ripening of high quality grapes.
Fruity white wines and full-bodied reds are pressed from the grapes in the Podersdorf am See area. Over-ripe, shrunken, botrytis grapes are turned into a liquid treasure. This unique sweet wine, called Eiswein, is known the world over. The Spring Awakening in April and Martiniloben in November provide great opportunities to taste the local wines.
Taste award-winning, nationally and internationally recognised wines at Weinclub 21, our local vinotheque, or directly at the wine-maker. Many wine-related events worth a visit are staged all year round. Start with the Pannonian Spring festival in April, followed by the Sun-Wine-Jazz and the Wine-Growers festival in summer, and end with the traditional Martiniloben with the new wines in late autumn.
Wine Makers´ Association Podersdorf am See - Weinclub 21.
Wines from 21 Podersdorf wine growers are available to taste and buy at direct-from-the-farm prices – whether you are looking for something fruity, a particular variety or a cuvée . A highlight in summer is a sunset cruise on lake with a wine-tasting on the boat.
Chairwoman Silvia Steiner
7141 Podersdorf am See
Tel.: +43 2177/21170
Fax: +43 2177/21171
October – April: Fri – Sun from 2:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Winter break from mid-December until mid-March.
Wine-growing has always been important in Podersdorf am See – wine was already being produced here in Roman times. Almost every local family works and nutures their own vineyard.
The vineyards cover an area of approximately 450 ha.
The Winemakers´ Association was founded in 1921 and has 130 members.