The "Heurige" is now regarded in Austria as an important part of the social life and has thus established itself as an important cultural asset.
The "Heurige" goes back to a decree of Joseph II of 17 August 1784, which allowed the grape harvesters to distribute wine and fruit must or to sell self-produced food (such as nuts). It was originally held in Vienna to present the wine of the current harvest to the farmers and the local population at the immediate region. The opening period indicates a farmer by above the entrance clearly visible "Buschenschankzeichen" in the form of a bush ("ausstecken") - hence the name Buschenschank and the slogan "ausg’steckt is’!"
The "Heurige" is now regarded in Austria as an important part of the social life and has thus established itself as an important cultural asset. You go to the “Heurige”, sit at the “Heurige” and drink the “Heurige”, the young wine. Traditional music forms an indispensable frame for the evening.
The “Heurige” Fuhrgassl-Huber is located in the heart of Neustift am Walde (part of Vienna), between the vineyards and the Wienerwald. It offers an unforgettable ambience and with its comfortable rooms, its excellent wines and its romantic courtyard is one of the most popular “Heurige” in Vienna.