December 2012 - Princely Wine Shop opens in the Liechtenstein GARDEN PALACE
The Prince of Liechtenstein Wine Cellars opened a wine shop in Vienna at the end of November 2012. The award-winning wines are now available not only at the vineyard in Wilfersdorf but also at the Liechtenstein GARDEN PALACE in the 9th district of Vienna, Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.
HSH Princess Marie von und zu Liechtenstein with Josef Weinmeyer
The princely house of Liechtenstein can look back on a tradition
of wine-growing that has endured for almost 600 years. The princely
estate of Wilfersdorf with the Liechtenstein Winery makes wines and
sparkling wines to meet highest standards. These superb wines
regularly win international and national awards. Wilfersdorf is located
in the north of the Weinviertel, a wine-growing region approximately 50
kilometres from Vienna. The princely estate includes the Liechtenstein
Winery with its 38 hectares of vines in Herrnbaumgarten.
on, the Princely wines and sparkling wines can be purchased in the
heart of Vienna, with tastings arranged by prior appointment. Orders for
larger quantities are also possible. Exclusive commented wine-tasting
sessions can be booked in the relaxed modern atmosphere of the new wine
shop in the out-building of the Liechtenstein GARDEN PALACE.
© Palais Liechtenstein GmbH/ Fotomanufaktur Grünwald
Prince of Liechtenstein Foundation defends itself in lawsuit by the Office for the Representation of the Czech State in Property Matters
Please find the press release of the Foundation here
Press release in Czech Link
January 2013 - Renovation work at Liechtenstein CITY PALACE soon to be finished
After around four years of extensive renovation work, April 2013 sees our goal achieved:
The CITY PALACE of the Princely family of Liechtenstein will once again appear in its former glory.
the press conference on January 23rd 2013 HSH Prince Hans-Adam II. von
und zu Liechtenstein (building owner), HSH Prince
Constantin von und zu Liechtenstein (CEO Foundation Prince
Univ. Prof. Manfred Wehdorn (Architect), Dr. Johann Kräftner (Director
LIECHTENSTEIN. The Princely Collections, Vaduz-Vienna) and Mag.
(FH) Bernhard Krytinar (Director of Operations Palais Liechtenstein
GmbH, Events Management) spoke about the revitalisation project.
Picture: Univ.-Prof. Manfred Wehdorn, HSH Prince Constantin von und zu Liechtenstein, HSH Prince Hans-Adam II. von und zu Liechtenstein, Dr. Johann Kräftner, Mag. (FH) Bernhard Krytinar