Experience Shop South Styria
Visit the studio and garden of Grete Faßwald in Stainz every 1st Saturday of the month from 10-14 o'clock and experience the art of glass blowing with a demonstration at the kiln while enjoying coffee and prosecco. Please note the applicable Covid-19 regulations!
More information about the studio at www.gretefasswald.at or 0664/533 9119
Exhibition Ingrid Schreyer
Enjoy the soft opening of the new exhibition "ALBUM WALD" by Ingrid Schreyer at Galerie Marenzi from Saturday, March 5, 2022 from 10am-4pm. Ingrid Schreyer about the exhibition: "I am not interested in the separating, categorizing, but the integrative view, which follows the structural multiformity and interconnectedness of the templates. Consequently, wood fibers, the sapwood, the splice, the fibrous structure of bark, bark, branches and ramifications, roots, uprooting... and in particular the environment, the neighborhood, the soil, the technical attributions... their expression in my very structurally rich picture writing and its seams and fractures. I value that image making follows its own longer temporality and the growth potential stored within. This includes incorporating leaf segments from other processes of creation."
You can see the exhibition from March 5-April 23, 2022, always on Saturdays from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and by phone appointment. Please note applicable Covid-19 regulations!For more information, visit www.galeriemarenzi.at
Facts and figures of the region..
The region of Southern Styria...
... includes the two districts of Leibnitz and Deutschlandsberg
... includes 31 tourist communities
... is 40 km away from Graz and 33 km away from Maribor.
The wine-growing region of Southern Styria...
... has a wine-growing area of 2,563 ha
... is the largest contiguous wine-growing area in Styria
... is especially known for the Sauvignon Blanc grape variety
... is home to Kitzeck im Sausal, the highest wine-growing community in Austria (564m).
The wine-growing region of Schilcherland...
... is also located in the tourist region of South Styria and belongs to the area of West Styria DAC
... stands for the cultivation of Schilcher, because 78% of the vineyard area is devoted to Schilcher cultivation
... is the smallest wine-growing area in Austria, with 611 hectares of vineyards.
In southern Styria...
... there are about 285 wineries
... you can stop in at about 250 wine taverns
... there are 36 "Haubenlokale"
... there are three wonderful wine routes:
South Styrian Wine Route, Sausal Wine Route, Schilcher Wine Route