Falstaff Rotweingala 2017 - Österreichs beste Rotweine
27.11.2017 | 15:00 | Wiener Hofburg
Beim Rotwein-Highlight des Jahres kommen Gourmets ganz auf ihre Kosten: Über 100 Winzer präsentieren in den Festsälen der Wiener Hofburg die 350 besten Rotweine Österreichs.
Ein besonderes Highlight ist die Siegerehrung mit der Prämierung der Grand-Prix Sieger, Reserve Trophy Sieger und der Falstaff Sieger 2017. Außerdem wird der Falstaff Rotweinguide 2017 präsentiert. Die Siegerehrung beginnt um 17:00 Uhr.
Dates November 2017
Beim Rotwein-Highlight des Jahres kommen Gourmets ganz auf ihre Kosten: Über 100 Winzer präsentieren >> Read more
Dates November 2017
Hofburg Palace is a palace located in Vienna, Austria, that has housed some of the most powerful people in European and Austrian history, including the Habsburg dynasty, rulers of the Austro-Hungarian empire. It currently serves as the official residence of the President of Austria. It was the Habsburgs` principal winter residence, as the Schönbrunn Palace was their preferred summer residence.
The Hofburg area has been the documented seat of government since 1279 for various empires and republics. The Hofburg has been expanded over the centuries to include: various residences (with the Amalienburg), the chapel (Hofkapelle or Burgkapelle), museums (the Naturhistorisches Museum & Kunsthistorisches Museum), the Imperial Library (Hofbibliothek now the Prunksaal), the treasury (Schatzkammer), the national theatre (Burgtheater), the riding school (Hofreitschule), the horse stables (the Stallburg and Hofstallungen) and the Hofburg Congress Center.
The Hofburg faces the Heldenplatz ordered under the reign of Emperor Francis Joseph, as part of what was to become a Kaiserforum that was never completed.
Numerous architects have executed work at the Hofburg as it expanded, notably the Italian architect-engineer Filiberto Luchese (the Leopoldischiner Trakt), Lodovico Burnacini and Martino and Domenico Carlone, the Baroque architects Lukas von Hildebrandt and Joseph Emanuel Fischer von Erlach (the Reichschancelry Wing and the Winter Riding School), Johann Fischer von Erlach (the library), and the architects of the grandiose Neue Burg built between 1881 and 1913.