Tender lines and pastel colours of green, that is what the typical hillside country in the Lower Austrian wine growing region “Weinviertel” looks like in the early spring. People and nature are teeming with the delight of the first warm rays of sunshine, a smile is painted on the face of everybody we meet. Anna, my lovely wine friend from Burgenland and I have succumbed to the magic of this place, including a historic castle atmosphere topped by modern wine estates. About 60 kilometres north of Vienna, we have arrived at the Castle Hotel Mailberg, where we are, above all, just happy being!
“We have prepared the castle deluxe suite for you.” …
… yay! 😀 And if that was not enough, our charming hostess Rita Faller at the Castle Hotel Mailberg is busy fulfilling our every wish of exploring the local surroundings. Could we visit the historic palace gardens and rooms? A ride with e-bikes, anyone ?! Picnic basket? Snacks, drinks? It is just wonderful. Within ten minutes, all is organised for us and we are ready to go out and explore. Great!
Gourmet Travel Delights: The Schlosskeller restaurant at the Castle Hotel Mailberg
Wine & Sparkling Wines follow a long tradition here at Mailberg castle: On the homepage, we are able to read all there is to know before actually entering the magnificent vaulted cellar rooms of the castle hotel. The Mailberg Castle Wine is now being produced by the Lower Austrian Lenz Moser estate; the Schlosskeller restaurant spoils us to absolutely amazing culinary delights in the evening. We LIKE! 🙂
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