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Falstaff (wine journal)

The Austrian magazine Falstaff (Internationale Zeitschrift für Essen, Trinken und Reisen) is published six times a year. It is named after the character John Falstaff in William Shakespeare's (1564-1616) work of Henry IV. The main contents are national and international wine topics, plus articles on the gastro-gourmet scene, wine tourism, cars and cigars. Every year the wine guide Falstaff Wineguide is published, which describes and evaluates the wineries and their wines from Austria and South Tyrol.

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