Wine culture in Liechtenstein


Liechtenstein is a small nation that shares border with two of the most beautiful countries of Europe, Switzerland and Austria.


A visit to Liechtenstein is definitely not considered complete without getting an opportunity to taste local cuisine and Liechtenstein wines in historical and traditional restaurants. Wine culture is written large in Liechtenstein.

A large part of area in Vaduz is used to grow wine. Red wine, in particularly, is very popular.

The tourists can avail of the rare wine tasting opportunity accompanied with explanations about grapes and vineyards throughout the year in Liechtenstein.

There is no specific national cuisine but the food habits are highly influenced by Central American cuisine.

Kaseknopfl, small cheese dumplings topped with onions, and Ribel, a local grain, are a local specialty of Liechtenstein.

The best way to enjoy wining and dining pleasures in Liechtenstein is on the "Gastronomy & Wine" theme route.

You will be astonished by the specialties from the kitchen and the cellar. Liechtenstein is one of the eight stops on the culinary route between Biel and Schaffhausen. A special stop.

In Liechtenstein, guests enjoy the finest cuisine from around the world, along with local Kaseknopfl and Ribel.

There are over 178 wine growers, four of whom are professional vintners. Hofkellerei des Fursten von Liechtenstein is the Prince of Liechtenstein’s wine cellars.

The wines cultivated in the private vineyards of the Prince of Liechtenstein are available for tasting and purchase. Award-winning wines and unbelievable hospitality make this a memorable wine tasting.

Signs all around the vineyard describe how the grapes go from vineyard to make a tasty wine.