The first time I visited Liechtenstein, I was blown away by how much I fell in love with this tiny country that is often just a passthrough for visitors traveling around Austria and Switzerland. One of the most enjoyable aspects of the country was its culinary scene — all locally sourced products, fresh seafood, and wines produced just down the road. In two days, I managed to try both of the top restaurants in Liechtenstein and, both times, the degustation menus were paired with Liechtenstein wines. And it’s not any surprise the wines are quite good — the Prince of Liechtenstein is the powerhouse behind the winery!
About Erin De Santiago
Erin is a freelance travel, food, wine, and Disney Theme Parks writer splitting time between Belize and the Netherlands. She has written for outlets like Viator, TripAdvisor, Roam Right Travel Insurance, Expedia, Hipmunk, Trivago, MasterCard, and is AFAR Magazine’s Belize expert. Erin was the primary author for Belize’s official visitor magazine in 2013, and the English language editor for a renowned Spanish chef’s second cookbook. Erin also holds a Certified Specialist of Wine (CSW) designation and has traveled to 69 countries on six continents in search of good food and wine, and all things Disney.