Online shopping in Viennese
Even in times of crisis, nobody has to forgo sweet treats from Vienna. After all, sweetness can also be a source of comfort. The former Purveyor to the Imperial and Royal Court, Demel, now delivers its famous confectionery to the world through its online shop. You can also stock up on truffles and confectioneries online at the Imperial and Royal Court Confectioner, Gerstner.
Nor does anyone have to go without excellent Viennese wine. Many Viennese vintners (e.g. the Cobenzl Winery) supply their wines throughout Austria. Connoisseurs can also have the famous Wien Gin (Vienna dry gin) conveniently delivered to their doorstep.
Made in Vienna
We're all spending a lot of time at home at the moment. If you'd like more bling within your own four walls, then take a look at the online shop of the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory Augarten. The elegant porcelain is hand-made in Vienna. At many other stores, orders can be easily placed over the phone – such as at the glassware specialist Lobmeyr.
At some point, we'll all be allowed to go outside again. That's a promise. For the time being, we can reclothe ourselves with fashion "made in Vienna". For the perfect turn-out after coronavirus. Elegant dresses by the designers Lena Hoschek or Michel Mayer, avant-garde fashion at Eigensinnig, something fancy at Samstag Shop, hats by Mühlbauer, exclusive bags by Sagan Vienna or R. Horn, and shoes of the shoemaker Ludwig Reiter are just a small selection.
Many products of Viennese manufactories and craft business can also be found in the online shop www.austrian-limited.at. Bags by the designer Eva Blut, glassware by Lobmeyr, natural cosmetics by Lederhaas, children's fashion by Herzilein Wien, wine by Mayer vom Pfarrplatz and many other quality products are represented here. Orders can be delivered to Austria and Germany.
Please note that some shops are currently only able to deliver to Austria and Germany.