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Weingut L. Bastian

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/outstanding-vinotheks/vinothek/weingut-l-bastian-3/
13.05.2020
Weingut L. Bastian125 years ago, Andreas Neymeyer, hailing from Weingut Bastian in Endingen, became the first Baden winegrower to request a permit as a communion wine maker.They've always been on  

Weingut Andreas Männle

 
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13.05.2020
Weingut Andreas MännleThe vinothek at Weingut Andreas Männle in Durbach on the Baden Wine Trail radiates stylish elegance and modern chic.A long, extended space with sharp contours. A thrilling  

Weingut Engler

 
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13.05.2020
Weingut EnglerWeingut Engler has made its home in the town of Müllheim since 1892. Under the leadership of Andrea Engler-Waibel, the estate has made a Markgräfler specialty, the Gutedel, into its  

Weingut Weber

 
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13.05.2020
Weingut WeberLively and contemporary wine culture, paired with outstanding gourmet offerings from the kitchen and cellar. Fresh, local and varied — that's the philosophy for the Weber family in the  

Weinmanufaktur Walporzheim

 
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13.05.2020
Weinmanufaktur WalporzheimIn the far northern reaches of Rheinland-Pfalz sits a picturesque stretch of land known as Walporzheim an der Ahr. For as long as anyone can remember, wine production and  

Burg Hornberg: Götz von Berlichingen and the second oldest Wine Estate in the World

 
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12.05.2020
Burg Hornberg: Götz von Berlichingen and the second oldest Wine Estate in the WorldOn these slopes, legendary Götz von Berlichingen once cultivated his wine. For 45 years, the famed yet notorious  

Winzerhof Gierer - Enchanting Sightlines, Inside and Out

 
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12.05.2020
Winzerhof Gierer - Enchanting Sightlines, Inside and OutThe Gierer winery is located in the Bavarian Nonnenhorn on the sun-drenched north shore of Lake Constance, surrounded by vines. The family has  

Kellerei Wilhelm Kern - Dynamically curved wooden facades for straight forward wines

 
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12.05.2020
Kellerei Wilhelm Kern - Dynamically curved wooden facades for straight forward winesA modern cube, completely clad in larch wood, has attracted attention in the Remstal since 2012. It is the modern  

Pfedelbach: Princes' Barrel and Master's Wine Press

 
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12.05.2020
Pfedelbach: Princes' Barrel and Master's Wine PressHere, wine presses mark the wanderer's routes. Between Öhringen and Pfedelbach, there were once eight wine presses along the road with names like  

Sektmanufaktur Kessler: Oldest Sparkling Wine Cellar in Germany

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/landmarks-of-wine-culture/highlight/sektmanufaktur-kessler-oldest-sparkling-wine-cellar-in-germany-1/
12.05.2020
Sektmanufaktur Kessler: Oldest Sparkling Wine Cellar in GermanyThe godfather of Kessler Sekt was none other than the famous brand Veuve Cliquot. In 1826, Georg Christian von Kessler returned from