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  • EDI & THE WOLF This Austrian-style wine bar called a heuriger in the old country comes naturally to Eduard Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban, the chefs and owners of

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  • For something different, take a trip to the "heuriger" taverns in the villages of Grinzing, Neustift and Heiligenstadt on the edge of the city for a glass or two of the "new" wine for which the area is famous, together with some good, basic country-style food.

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  • If you have time, you can take a bus/train to Baden or some of the wine villages in Lower Austria Krems, Falkenstein and spend a day there and visit one of the heuriger.

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  • Go out on the crooked Sieveringerstrasse and behold the multitudes waxing mellow over the sweet red _heuriger_.

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  • (_heuriger_) flowed like water, still worse confounding the confusion; and high over all, vaulted, in ground-and-lofty tumbling, a particoloured Merry-Andrew, like the genius of the place and of Life itself.

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  • I first came across this word in a Jonathan Carroll novel. I just liked the word and liked the idea of a small local palce that serves it's own wine.

    January 27, 2007