This was VieVinum 2016
Once again, VieVinum attracted more than 15,000 visitors and transformed the Vienna
Hofburg Palace into a throbbing centre of superb wine culture. The importance of inimitable
origins and vintages was the central theme for lively exchanges with vintners from Austria
and neighbouring wine countries to the east and the west. A friendly competition staged by
Vinum wine magazine lead to a small triumph for Austrian red wines.
The trade fair organizer M.A.C. Hoffmann and the Austrian Wine Marketing Board (AWMB) launched the VieVinum for the first time in 1998. This was the beginning of a new era for Austrian wine fairs.
The magnificent ambience of the Vienna Hofburg Palace has since become symbolic for the irresistible charisma that Austrian wine has for the international wine market. Grüner Veltliner and Blaufränkisch, exemplary for all Austrian grape varieties, are now firmly established as superlative wines that have become indispensible for wine lists of international calibre.
German VDP Vintner Association Guests of Honour
Riesling, Sylvaner, or Pinot Noir? German wines have long captured the hearts of wine lovers
around the world. The VDP.Prädikatsweingüter, the greatest contributors to this acclaim, will
be presenting their wines as guests of honour at this year’s VieVinum.
The VieVinum Side Event Programme
The ageing potential of Austrian white wines, red wines with a focus on vintages and terroir, taste profiles of region-specific varietal specialties, and plenty of new discoveries from neighbouring countries. The side event programme of the tenth VieVinum features multifaceted diversity.
VieVinum 2016: Tickets, Tickets, Tickets!
From 4th to 6th June, 2016, Austria’s most important wine fair will find its way into the Vienna Hofburg for the tenth time. For many visitors, the rush for reduced entry tickets has already begun. There are several options for ticket discounts.
VieVinum 2014: Austria once again in the limelight of the international wine world
From June 14 to 16, 2014, the Vienna Hofburg was again entirely dominated by fine wine, giving a most positive picture of the domestic wine industry. The number of visitors rose from 14,500 to just over 15,000, comprising wine experts and wine lovers from more than 40 nations. Besides the markedly higher portion of international visitors, the exhibiting vintners and wine traders were pleased at an increased audience from the trade and gastronomy sectors.
VieVinum 2014: Austria wine country is getting ready for another great fair
The international wine festival VieVinum will gather the best vintners from Austria and many parts of the world for a dialogue with wine experts and wine lovers. A high-ranking trade meeting, which will traditionally take place in the magnificent rooms of Vienna Hofburg.
VIEVINUM 2012 – new MONDIAL paths to the wine
The countdown to Austria’s most important wine event has begun. From June 2 to 4, 2012, Vienna Hofburg opens its doors for the eighth time to vintners and wine enthusiasts from all over the world.