Raise your glass to Austrian Wine Week
With the success of the first "Austrian Wine Week" last year, the second edition will arrive to please diners in Bangkok and also Chiang Mai from Nov 4-10.
The collaboration between Wine Garage and Tastes of Austria and participating restaurant partners will extend beyond 20 venues to get local diners familiar with the exciting red and white varietals from Austria.
Diners around Bangkok can enjoy both classical styled Riesling and Gruner Veltliner in hotels and restaurants, and also experience the lively unconventional expressions in wine bars and the many innovative Thai restaurants led by young and talented chefs.
The following highly regarded names in the industry will be pouring at least five wines that can be sampled before ones make a choice, including 100 Mahaseth, About Eatery, Appia, Cocotte, Fireplace Grill at Inter Continental Hotel, Front Room at the Waldorf Astoria, Funky Lam, Harvest, Kang Kao, Le Du, Nahm, Osha, Pesca, Quince-Eatery & Bar, Riedel Wine Bar, Siwilai City Club, and Soulfood Mahanakorn.
The additional highlight this year will be "Rock Me Amadeus", a party-style Schnitzelfest with wines, at the Crystal Box, Gaysorn Village, Phloenchit Road, on Nov 7 at 6.30pm.
A four-course menu by Austrian chef Felix Shellhorn and Austrian wines will be served. DJ Justin Mills will be on the deck with a special violin performance. The dinner is limited to 80 seats, with tickets priced at 2,500 baht. For booking, call 064-904-1963 and 02-535-3999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those who prefer natural wines, they may visit About Eatery, Kang Kao, and Rose Natural Wine Bar and try the lively skin contact and orange wines.
Among the participating family estates are Karl Fritsch, Johannes Trapl, Christoph Hoch, Johannes Zillinger, , Weingut Rabl, Tegernseerhof, Weingut Knoll, Berhard Ott, Michael Gindl, Weingut Gruber, Claus Preisinger, Weingut Tinhof, and Wachter Wiesler.