Austrian coffee will celebrate the International Day of coffee for the 11th time today (Monday) with special book readings and an open a coffee house on the Graben in Vienna.
Vienna’s autumn on the wine hiking trail opens shortly – with lots of opportunities to sample good wines and enjoy the views of the city.
Austria's minister for agriculture and the environment has called on the European Commission to review its approval process for genetically modified (GM) food after a controversial French study linked a kind of GM corn to higher health risks in rats.
Austrian vintner Hans Tschida from Burgenland has been crowned "Sweet Winemaker of the Year" for the third consecutive year after his wine was selected from more than 12,000 entries.
Coffee company Julius Meinl has celebrated 150 years in business by inviting Guinness Book of Records experts to watch as they served up the world's largest Cappuccino in a cup holding 2,000 litres in the middle of the Croatian capital Zagreb.
The Austrian Green Party are pressing for higher taxes to be implemented on sugar filler drinks in an attempt to cut childhood obesity and dental problems.
A farmer has claimed that up to a quarter of his fresh fruit is being stolen from his farm every year.
Once again Elisabeth Gürtler, director of the Spanish Riding School, is hosting a gala dinner for a good cause.
Austria is considering a health warning for bubble tea after claims that it could cause young children to suffocate.
An Austrian distiller has been awarded a gold medal for his ‘Organic Vodka’ at the International Wine and Spirits Competition 2012 in London.