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NYT recognises there's more to German wines than Riesling

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/nyt-recognises-theres-more-to-german-wines-than-riesling/
25.08.2020
A recent article by Eric Asimov of the New York Times, highlights the joys of German wine beyond its most famous variety, Riesling. It draws attention to some of Germany’s other vinous delights such  

Würzburg’s Weingut Bürgerspital and Steinwein: Bocksbeutel and Silvaner

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/landmarks-of-wine-culture/highlight/wuerzburgs-weingut-buergerspital-and-steinwein-bocksbeutel-and-silvaner-3/
25.08.2020
… cellars of the Bürgerspital. The measure was effective. The price for a Fuder (1,000 liters) of wine rose fivefold. At the same time, this marked the birth of Bürgerspital wines bottled in the Bocksbeutel.…  

Staatlicher Hofkeller Würzburg - A Labyrinth of Cellars Beneath the Residence

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/landmarks-of-wine-culture/highlight/staatlicher-hofkeller-wuerzburg-a-labyrinth-of-cellars-beneath-the-residence-1/
25.08.2020
… VDP estate (member, Association of German Prädikat Wine Estates) are adjacent to the Residence, in the Rosenbach palace – above and below ground level. The cellars are 891 meters long and up to six meters high,…  

The Roman Wine Press of Piesport: Where the Romans trod upon Moselfruits

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/landmarks-of-wine-culture/highlight/the-roman-wine-press-of-piesport-where-the-romans-trod-upon-moselfruits-3/
25.08.2020
… conquered the valley around 50 BC. Only decades later, Augusta Treverorum, the city of Trier, rose to become the center of Roman culture on the Mosel and later, even the capital of the Western Roman…  

Rhodt Rosegarden: The Oldest Vineyard with Original Grapevines

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/landmarks-of-wine-culture/highlight/rhodt-rosegarden-the-oldest-vineyard-with-original-grapevines-1/
25.08.2020
…apevines are true veterans of viticultural history: More than 400 years old, the grapevines from the "Rhodter Rosengarten" have not only survived the centuries but still bear fruit every year, making it the oldest…  

Iphofen - Exciting Ensemble: Historic Baroque and Transparent Glass-steel

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/landmarks-of-wine-culture/highlight/iphofen-exciting-ensemble-historic-baroque-and-transparent-glass-steel-1/
25.08.2020
Iphofen - Exciting Ensemble: Historic Baroque and Transparent Glass-steelIn the center of the Franconian winegrowing village of Iphofen, between the baroque town hall and the parish church of St.  

WeinKulturgut Longen-Schlöder

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/outstanding-vinotheks/vinothek/weinkulturgut-longen-schloeder-3/
25.08.2020
WeinKulturgut Longen-SchlöderMarkus Longen and his wife Sabine took the helm at his parents' winegrowing estate in 1999. The pair carefully assessed their future prospects as Mosel winegrowers — and  

Viniversum der Bergsträßer Winzer

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/outstanding-vinotheks/vinothek/viniversum-der-bergstraesser-winzer-3/
25.08.2020
Viniversum der Bergsträßer WinzerHeppenheim houses a brilliant highlight of the Bergstraße: Viniversum, the new vinothek from the Bergstraße Winegrowers, a cooperative cultivating 264 hectares under  

Weingut Schuh

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/outstanding-vinotheks/vinothek/weingut-schuh-3/
25.08.2020
Weingut Schuh1990 was a year of change, as Germany rejoined East and West and 35-year-old Walter Schuh left the Mosel Valley to start his wine estate in a small village called Sörnewitz on the  

Weingut J. Neus

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/outstanding-vinotheks/vinothek/weingut-j-neus-3/
25.08.2020
…Ingelheim's reds have been famous for centuries, and Josef Neus rose here as one of the "Kings of Red Wine." Neus was born on the Mosel, but came to Ober-Ingelheim in 1881, opened a wine store and soon thereafter began…