If Beethoven had known that?

Vienna’s most famous wine tavern – Mayer am Pfarrplatz – is now having its guests rolling home.

Just in time for the wine-picking and the Christmas season, the traditional winemaker “Mayer at Pfarrplatz” in Vienna Heiligenstadt offers his guests printed trolleys made from environmentally friendly corrugated board. This way, the award-winning wines can be brought home straight away without hauling.

The patent protected trolley, made by Go-Trolley GmbH, offers space for 12 bottles and allows even larger purchases to be transported easily and conveniently. As a special bonus, the trolley has a perforated drop-in hole at the top to collect empty bottles as a secondary use so the empty bottles can be easily returned to the recycling cycle. The same applies naturally for all other drink-containers, especially for cans, where custom designed trolleys can also be ordered.

“It is important to us not to end our enjoyment – but also the idea of service and sustainability – at our historic front door. In addition, the trolleys are a great advertising medium directly in the environment of our target audience due to their repeated reuse as a private glass collection center “,

states Clemens Keller, Managing Director of Pfarrplatz Gastronomiebetriebs GmbH.

In fact, every trolley offers almost one square meter of advertising space. Thus, for example, a travel plan and information on the eventful history of the taverne – in which Beethoven lived – are imprinted.

The trolleys can be purchased exclusively at Mayer am Pfarrplatz & Pfarrwirt, Pfarrplatz, 1190 Vienna. Maybe a good idea for the next Birthday or Christmas present?