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More than 300 year old cellar vaults keep a sparkling treasure. Discover the secrets of champagne production and find out about "disgorging" or "dosage". The art of manufacturing champagne and premium sparkling wine is cultivated at Schlumberger...more
Had the Vienna pass and we were looking for some wine as we had been drinking beer for for last 6 days. We stopped in here and glad we did! We did a nice tour of the facilities with audio guide and then tasted some...More
It's a self guided tour in parts of their cellar, where they produce their Schlumberger-product using the traditional champagne method. (They not allowed to call it champagne anymore, but you'll learn why during your tour).
They give everyone an ipod with all the information in...More
The Green line Hop-on-Hop-off bus drops you right outside the building. Beware though as there are no obvious signs. We crossed over the road and found ourselves heading for the station before retracing steps and seeing big letters spelling "Schlumberger" on the wall above our...More
On the 14th of April, my girlfriend and i wated to visit Schlumberger.
On the webpage was written that they are opened from monday to saturday. No annoucment made that there are any changes.
As we come there, we saw that there was a paper...More
My husband and I visited through a booking I made on TripAdvisor. It's a great audio walking tour that lasts about 50 minutes to see everything and hear about all of the history of the wine and the process of making it. We finished off...More
This is a champagne tasting room with a tasting bar, a gift shop, a museum, and a small cave-like area with tables and chairs where you can enjoy a bottle or glass of champagne at your leisure. It's classy, but casual. And fun! The wine...More
Very enjoyable tour of the cellars and explanation of the sparkling wine making process. The guide was knowledgeable and easy to understand. Samples were good, though I don't care for champagne, er, sparking wine. Worth the trip, quick and informative
Came here around lunch time on my last day in Vienna with a friend to sample local Sekt. The place is conveniently located in the city and easily accessible by public transport. 10euros gets you an audio guide and one tasting. Add a few more...More
My husband and I heard about this free tour through our Vienna Pass, without the Pass it is 10 euro/person. The tour is interactive and self-guided with the aid of an IPod set to your native language and takes you through the labyrinth of the...More
We did the basic tour - an audio guide + tasting of one sparkling wine. The cellars are impressive and the wine was okay but the tour lacks a bit of interest. It is 5 minutes walk from a u-bahn station but make sure you...More
Vienna’s poshest green leafy suburb is also its most romantic hotspot. Walk up Grinzinger Strasse with its many historic wine taverns. The tops of nearby Nussberg and Reisenberg hills make for great strolls through the vineyards, and the occasional discovery of a hidden winery. Popular local weekend hangouts are Neustift am Walde with even more great wine taverns, and café restaurant Cobenzl, up on Cobenzl hill –
fantastic for great vistas of Vienna. The woodland around Kahlenberg has a wonderful and not too strenuous hiking path - just don't forget the insect repellent. If you have adventurous children, take them to Waldseilpark Kahlenberg (forest rope park Kahlenberg). A must-do if you want a taste of the Vienna Woods is a stop at Josefinenhütte next door with its great food, cosy interiors and wonderful outdoor space.