ORF 2, 10.40 a.m
Wine has a tradition in Burgenland that goes back thousands of years. With wine-growing villages such as Lutzmannsburg, Deutschkreutz, Horitschon and Neckenmarkt, Central Burgenland is considered the centre of Austria's red wine culture. In recent years, the winemakers have made it to international recognition with the Blaufränkisch. What is the secret behind this success?
arte, 1 p.m
Catalan France is appreciated by visitors as much for its picturesque bays as for the aperitif and dessert wines stored in its cellars. They are a cultural specialty, as 95 percent of France's natural sweet wines come from the historic region of Roussillon near the Spanish border. Banyuls, Muscat de Rivesaltes or Maury: it is hard to believe what interesting wines the rugged landscape, marked by wind and sea, is capable of producing.