On the Vine: Burgenland – A Thousand Wines a Day

It’s one of the miracles of Vienna – most of Austria’s greatest wines grow right nearby. ON THE VINE will guide you through our wine regions, wines and some of the growers behind them. Burgenland is first on the tour. Traveling south-east out of Vienna, once past Schwechat, the Pannonian plain is flat to Budapest – […]
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Simon Ballam
English, studied in NY and worked in London, Düsseldorf, NY, Fankfurt, Prague and Vienna. This covered stints in market research and the film industry, international advertising coordination and strategic planning. Currently business school lecturer and journalist.

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