The best Austrian wine lists in Norway 2020

Here is the guide to the best spots in Norway to drink Austrian wine. These venues were all finalists in Star Wine List of the Year Norway 2020, presented by Austrian Wine. Check out all the venues and the winning wine lists!

  1. Presented by Austrian Wine

    The Austrian Wine Marketing Board is based in Vienna, and is a national service body for the Austrian wine industry. The aim is to strategically support, coordinate and maintain quality and sales.

  2. Phone: +47 479 78 087

    Address: Sankt Olavs Plass 2, Oslo

    International Austrian Wine List of the Year, presented by Austrian wine 2021

    Happolati is a modern restaurant with a fun Asian inspired menu based on seasonal produce. The dining room feels light and open, and the elegant furniture balances the art of being trendy, yet comfortable and warm.

  3. Phone: +47 56 53 10 00

    Address: Uttrågata 3, Voss

    International Grand Prix, presented by Austrian wine 2021

    Park Hotel Vossevangen is not a place visited for its convenient access – it is a place worth traveling for. Located in a village in the Western part of Norway, at least the road trip from Bergen can be spectacular. At Park Hotel Vossevangen it is possible to attend tastings in the wine cellar or try their restaurant Elysée which offers a classic menu.

  4. Phone: +47 923 38 293

    Address: Nordre gate 2, Oslo

    Austrian Wine List of the Year Norway, presented by Austrian Wine 2020

    As you enter the Radegast wine bar at Nedre Foss Gård, you may get the feeling of entering a private wine cellar or a wine club. The temperature controlled glass cupboards are filled with wine bottles and there is plenty to choose from, such as Jura (for once in Oslo, the Jura selection may actually be larger than the Burgundy one), Spain, Italy and South Africa.

  5. Phone: +47 73 800 805

    Address: Dronningens gate 5, Trondheim

    Austrian Wine List of the Year Norway, presented by Austrian Wine 2020

    Speilsalen received its first Michelin star after being open for only ten months. Situated in the Britannia Hotel, this restaurant boasts all the historical splendour of its location and really brings your thoughts towards the grand dining rooms in central Europe, with gilded ceilings, chandeliers and a deeply committed team of young professionals. The menu concept is simple as there is only one; the Full Experience, and throughout an evening, it becomes evident why chef Patron won the Bocuse d’Argent in 2017. All the dishes are meticulously prepared and packed with flavour in a generous, mo...