The best Austrian wine lists in Germany 2021

Here is the guide to the best spots in Germany to drink Austrian wine. These venues were all finalists in Star Wine List of the Year Germany 2021, 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: +49 89 242249504

    Address: Ledererstraße 8a seperater Eingang, München

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

    This is pretty much the only wine bar on a more world-class level in town, with a great wine list and fair prices. The bar is always packed and bustling, a great ambience. If you go there on Mondays, you’ll find a lot of people from the industry sharing bottles and stories. The food is a kind of very elevated bar food, with small plates and charcuteries. The place is run by two Austrian kids who are very interactive, fun and good looking. Just a great place to hang out!

  3. Phone: +49 89 551377140

    Address: Schützenstraße 11, München

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

    This is kind of one of the standards in Munich, an old go-to that has been around for a while. It’s open every day for lunch and dinner and serves elevated Bavarian food. The interior is all wood, which gives the feeling of an old German wine house.

  4. Phone: +49 30 80492444

    Address: Mittelstraße 1, Berlin

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

    Lead by two of the most prominent sommeliers in Berlin, Willi Schlögl (ex Petit Felix and Cordobar) and Johannes Schellhorn (ex Nobelhard & Schmutzig), Freundschaft (which means friendship in German) has become THE wine place in Berlin. Nestled in the student area of Berlin in Mitte, next to Unter den Linden, Freundschaft makes you feel right at home. Their bar looks like the long dining table where your family and friends would meet up around a glass or two or a bottle of wine, discussing the world. But for me, the main attraction is the large window facing the wine cellar! One more thing! T...

  5. Phone: +49 30 61289992

    Address: Paul-Lincke-Ufer 44a, Berlin

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

    A wonderful place nestled by the busy Kreuzberg canal. Sebastian Frank, named Best Chef in Europe 2018, has a very unique approach to his kitchen: He is Austrian and is cooking with his childhood memories! He and his team take on traditional Austrian recipes – he goes as far back as the Austro-Hungarian Empire – and brings those memories to the modern age. For Sebastian, vegetables are equal to meat and fish but be aware; this is not a vegetarian restaurant!

  6. Phone: +49 211 97711737

    Address: Weißenburgstraße 19, Düsseldorf

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

    Located in the friendly neighbourhood of Derendorf in the northern part of Düsseldorf, Rocaille is a café, wine bar and restaurant. They open in the late morning for coffee and pastry and stay open all day. The pastry selection is amazing and the coffee is made with care and attention to detail. Rocaille allows for a coffee into wine type of afternoon… if that is what you are looking for. The food and ambiance are a mix of French, Italian and German. The menu offers charcuterie, roasted rack of lamb, macaroons, breakfast and everything in between, depending on what time of day you arrive. Th...

  7. Phone: +49 8121 43091

    Address: Münchener Straße 88, Forstinning

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

    Zum Vass is actually a taxi ride outside of Munich, but it’s definitely worth the trip and worth mentioning. It’s a very family-oriented place in a beautiful little country house, serving Bavarian comfort food like schnitzel, spätsle and venison done super well. A great place for a weekend lunch or brunch, and half of the place is usually people from the industry.