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…"We are open to new things, yet rooted in our origins," say Monika and Rainer Müller from the Max Müller I winery in Volkach.
… out against the rich green of the surrounding vineyards. The upper floors of this futuristic winery blend into the hillside of Enselberg, one of the top locations in the Kaiserstuhl region.
…“Anyone who thinks wine anew also thinks architecture anew.” Architect Hans-Jürgen Mertens from Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler followed this principle with the new tasting room of the Weingut Jean Stodden.
…On these slopes, legendary Götz von Berlichingen once cultivated his wine. For 45 years, the famed yet notorious Frankonian knight with the iron hand lived on Burg Hornberg near Neckarzimmern. He was made immortal…
…Here, wine presses mark the wanderer's routes. Between Öhringen and Pfedelbach, there were once eight wine presses along the road with names like the Priest's press, the Tit's press, or the Juniper's press. Let the Wine…
…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 Champagne to found the…
… the cradle of Saxon viticulture. Here, on the Hoflößnitz estate, the Saxon electors partied during the wine harvest, the Sachsenkeule (elegant club-shaped bottle) was invented and a history of 600 years of…
…The cradle of wine-growers' cooperatives lies in Mayschoss in the Ahr River Valley. It was here that 18 vintners made wine history when they founded the world's first wine-growers' cooperative on 20 December 1868.
…the Ahr. The monastery housed seven work spaces, among them a distillery and a guest house – and, of course, “wine gardens.” The nuns of Marienthal Monastery held out through most of the Thirty Years’ War, until 1646,…
… a museum for the senses, now offers an interactive and sensory tour of the cultural history of wine.