Crowd at the Gault & Millau Genuss-Messe

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Summit of celebrity chefs

A hundred award-winning chefs and a hundred winemakers from across Austria (and neighboring countries) will gather in Vienna for the Gault & Millau Genuss-Messe 2022 on September 17 and 18. At the Kursalon, visitors can sample everything from award-winning pub food to stunning avant-garde creations. Representatives of Vienna’s premium dining scene include:

  • Heinz Reitbauer from the restaurant Steirereck in the Stadtpark
  • Konstantin Filippou from the restaurant Konstantin Filippou
  • Silvio Nickol from the gourmet restaurant of the same name in Palais Coburg
  • Paul Ivic from the vegetarian restaurant Tian
  • Andreas Spindle from the restaurant Ludwig Van
  • Sascha Hoffmann from the restaurant Schubert

Everything of renown and stature from the other federal provinces is represented – from Alain Weissgerber from the Taubenkogel in Burgenland to Rudi Obauer from Salzburg to Lukas Nagl from the Bootshaus in Traunkirchen. For visitors, it's a unique opportunity to experience such a line-up of leading chefs in a single place.

Superlative pleasure

The right accompaniment to the culinary highlights comes from the 100 winemakers who will be presenting their wines at the Gault & Millau Genuss-Messe. Among them: Domäne Wachau, Weingut Bründlmayer, the royal winery of the Prince of Liechtenstein, and from Vienna the vineyards Cobenzl, Mayer am Pfarrplatz, and Fuhrgassl-Huber.

In addition to the sampling, there’s also the chance to watch selected leading chefs at work in the show kitchen.

Gault & Millau Genuss-Messe 2022

September 17-18, 2022
Sa 12.00 noon – 6.00 pm, Su 12.00 noon – 6.00 pm
Tickets: www.gm-events.at

Included in the admission price is the unlimited sampling of all drinks and dishes of the award-winning chefs.

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