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Overview of the Ahr The Ahr is one of Germany's northernmost wine regions. It is also one of the smallest, with vineyards extending only 24 km along the Ahr River as it flows toward the Rhine



Frankenwein-Frankenland GmbH Hertzstraße 12 97076 Würzburg Tel: +49 931 / 39011 - 0 Fax: +49 931 / 39011 - 55 kontakt@haus-des-frankenweins.deOverview Franken



Overview BadenBadischer Wein GmbH Basler Landstraße 28b 79111 Freiburg Tel.: +49 761 / 89 78 47 84 Fax: +49 761 / 89 76 63 96 Geographical


Wine Hiking Trails

On the Wine Trail The 13 German wine regions offer hiking enthusiasts a wide range of experience and enjoyment possibilities. Excellent wineries, wine-cultural highlights and beautiful wine


Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon was documented in France as far back as 1635. Approx. 250,000 ha of this grape are grown worldwide. In Germany, total plantings amount to 400 ha (2018), approx. half of which are



Simply sniffing a Riesling is a great pleasure. Hints of apple, citrus, peach and apricot can be detected. The purity of fruit aroma combined with a unique fruit acidity make the Riesling into one


Red Grapes

Syrah / Shiraz Syrah is a natural cross between the very old varieties Mondeuse Blanche and Dureza. It probably comes from the Rhone Valley in France and is grown worldwide, mostly in France read


Vintner Stories

Winegrowers tell their stories Thousands of winegrowers in Germany's 13 wine regions work dusk to dawn fulfilling their own personal vision of what wine can and should be. Their talent and passion


Outstanding Vinotheks

Outstanding Vinotheques In 2016 the German Wine Institute (DWI) issued 50 awards for outstanding vinotheques from the 13 German wine growing regions. They were selected according to strict quality



August Kesseler was one of the first in the Rheingau to use barrique casks (mid-80s) and to export German red wine. He is particularly proud that his Spätburgunder wines are listed in many leading