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Pfalz

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/wine-growing-regions/pfalz/
03.07.2020
… routes through wine country: Deutsche Weinstraße (driving) · Wanderweg Deutsche Weinstraße (hiking)Pfalz - Where Almond Trees Bloom The Pfalz has many superlatives: the world's largest wine festival in…  

Ahr

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/wine-growing-regions/ahr/
03.07.2020
… itself as a distinguished red wine growing region. In addition to Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir), the king of red vines, Frühburgunder is also valued and is one of the specialties of the region. Several old…  

Riesling Fellowship

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/riesling-fellowship/
28.05.2020
… a wine importer and writer for thirty years. With a love and passion for Germany, Terry began working with a group of small German growers in 1985 - discovering underappreciated and underrepresented…  

Lemberger

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/grape-varieties/red-grapes/lemberger/
28.05.2020
… society” advocated replacing high-yielding varieties with high-quality grapes (such as Lemberger) in the Kingdom of Württemberg. Indeed, Lemberger wines from Württemberg were the favorite of the first president of…  

Nigel Blundell

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/riesling-fellowship/nigel-blundell/
28.05.2020
… in the wine and brewing trade. His father and Grandfather worked for C.W. Blundell Ltd of Plymouth and Kingsbridge and Nigel’s introduction into the wine trade began from this point.In 1960 he joined J.J.…  

Hugh Johnson

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/riesling-fellowship/hugh-johnson/
28.05.2020
…Hugh Johnson became a member of the Cambridge University Wine and Food Society while an undergraduate at King’s College, Cambridge in the 1950s where he was reading English. Johnson has been writing about wine since…  

Idig

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/idig/
28.05.2020
… known as an advocate of social benefits and active on behalf of German wine-growers. For this reason, King Ludwig II of Bavaria conferred him with the title “Reichsrat” of the Bavarian crown. His son, Franz…  

Elisabethenberg and Olgaberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/elisabethenberg-and-olgaberg/
28.05.2020
… 970, to foster both religion and education. The Swabian duchy lost its influence at Hohentwiel when King Heinrich II had the monastery relocated to Stein am Rhein in 1005. Subsequent ownership passed back and…  

König Johann Berg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/koenig-johann-berg/
28.05.2020
… in all their vineyards, whether flat, sloping or steep.König Johann Berg, a blind, Bohemian King from Luxembourg, is the namesake of this Saar Vineyard Viticulture in the Saar River Valley dates from…  

Sonnenberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/sonnenberg/
28.05.2020
… group of Germanic tribes. In The Wines of Alsace, British wine writer Tom Stevenson credits Clovis, King of the Franks, as being the  'indirect’ catalyst of the region’s viticultural revival. In a…