Please note the menu and prices below are examples only and subject to change without prior notice
From the Buffet
Daily fresh salad selection and soup of the day
(with reservation) (A, F, N, M, L)
(Must be pre-ordered on reservation)
Enjoy your meal and have a nice evening!
|(V) Denotes vegetarian||(E) Nuts||(M) Mustard|
|(A) Cereals with gluten||(F) Soy||(N) Sesame|
|(B) Crustacean||(G) Milk||(O) Sulfite|
|(C) Egg||(H) Peel fruits||(P) Lupine|
|(D) Fish||(L) Celery||(R) Mollusc|
The vineyards of Austria cover 51,000 hectares which, for the most part, lie in the east and southeast of the country. Among the wines produced here, whites unquestionably make up the larger proportion – cultivated in 70% of the vineyards – and there are 22 white wine varieties officially licensed as ‘high quality’.
Nevertheless, the 13 varieties of red wine have come to represent 30% of the vineyards in recent years.
Austria as a wine producing country is divided into 4 wine growing regions:
Comprises the federal states of Niederösterreich (Lower Austria) and Burgenland with a total of 12 wine growing areas.
Which has three Styrian wine regions.
Austria’s capital, which comprises 700 hectares of vineyards.
A collective of the other states of Austria where small vineyards are thinly scattered.
- First, take the glass by its stem.
- Hold it against a white background.
- Look at the colour and clarity of the wine.
- Now swirl the wine in the glass so it can give off its aroma.
- Smell the wine – is it fresh or musty?
- Next, take a small sip and roll it around your tongue.
- Taste for fruits, acidity and tannins.
- Only then should you swallow it.
A light golden colour, with elegant fruit and a touch of lemon citrus from the typically aromatic Veltliner grape. The wine is tight on the tongue with some white pepper and is the perfect accompaniment for Austrian kitchen dishes.
Shiny yellow colour refined with silver edges; a fruity, spicy Chardonnay note with a fine, walnut shell scent. Tart, tangy-fresh with mandarin flavours on the palate, and a green pepper after-taste.
It was 2016 when Mr Glatzer carefully pressed and bottled his lively Pinto Blanc in Austria, a stimulating and graceful wine with fruity flavours. The level of 00226/17, might seem dry but it stands for a wine with refined minerality and a stimulating 12.5% vol, and is 75cl of great quality wine that appeals not only to gourmets. Mr Glatzer’s story is world-famous but it has its roots in Carntum.
Vineyard Johannes Ohlig
A superb classic – harmonic and round taste with the balanced flavours of apple, peach and pineapple in a delicate interaction of fruits and acidity. Strong on the palate with an elegant character – unique taste with a lot of charm.
OUR SUMMER WINE RECOMMENDATION
A good value white wine, perfect for raising a glass or two to summer: DOLCE VITA
This semi-dry white wine has a bright greenish-yellow colour with a distinctive flagrance of exotic fruits. Juicy on the palate, it is ripe for pleasurable drinking. The wine is a delicious companion for fish dishes, pasta and salads, also for special cheeses and desserts.
Rosy Rheingau – fruity elegance with revitalizing freshness. Light and full berry fruits with a juicy taste. Lovely delicately aromatic bouquet in the aftertaste – a stimulating rosé with a decent sweetness.
Dark ruby with a violet edge. Clear distinct fruits of cherries, plums and blackberries. Dry with a well structured acidity. On the palette – fruity, with forest berries and a soft tannin.
Bluish, cherry red, with deep tropical fruit aromas of pineapple and papaya, rounded off with fine cinnamon tones. Creamy soft tannins, a delicate tartness and a mild body characterise this wine.
A big wine with a smooth taste of oak. On the nose are dark cherries, blackberries and some coffee. Full bodied – a creamy, rounded dream of a Merlot.
Beautiful ruby-red glow. Pleasant, fresh bouquet of cherries, redcurrants and roses. Smooth acidity with a long taste.
SPANISH & SOUTH AFRICAN
With an attractive ruby-red ruby colour and a medium-high intensity on the nose, it surprises with its powerful fruit. Remarkably blended, with traces of coconut and toffee from its ageing, it evolves with seductive nuances of spices and Mediterranean herbs. The attack is truly powerful and develops in the mouth with a pleasant sensation of unctuous volume which drives through to a long finish. Freshness comes from optimum acidity and the after-taste is filled with red fruits and yet more Mediterranean herbs.
Allesverloren, situated on the south- eastern slopes of the Kasteelberg near Riebeek West, is the oldest estate in the Swartland Wine of Origin district and is renowned for its red wines and port. The farm, which dates back to 1704, began producing wine exactly one century later. In 1872, Allesverloren was acquired by Daniel Francois Malan and has remained in the Malan family for five generations. “Colour is deep red with a garnet rim. The bouquet is an abundance of plums with faint black pepper, a hint of bacon and cigar box aromas in the background. The taste is a rich and full-bodied wine with a good tannic structure and ample ripe fruit flavours.” Excellent enjoyed on its own or served with poultry, veal and red meat dishes
PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS NO À LA CARTE AVAILABLE ON THEME NIGHTS.
|(V) Vegetarisches Gericht||(E) Erdnuss||(M) Senf|
|(A) Glutenhaltiges Getreide||(F) Soja||(N) Sesam|
|(B) Krebstiere||(G) Milch oder Laktos||(O) Sulfite|
|(C) Ei||(H) Schalenfrüchte||(P) Lupinen|
|(D) Fisch||(L) Sellerie||(R) Weichtiere|
If you have an allergy to certain products, our kitchen team will be happy to prepare a special dish for you. Our restaurant and bar is a non-smoking area.