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Selection grape varities

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/selection/selection-grape-varities/
20.01.2021
Selection grape varietiesOnly the finest traditional grape varieties meet the high quality standards prescribed for Selection wines. Typical candidates, Riesling and/or members of the Burgunder  

Sparkling Wine

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/taste-quality/sparkling-wine/
20.01.2021
The wine law defines parameters to express the degree of dryness or sweetness in sparkling wine as seen in the table below. This differs from the four basic styles stipulated for still  

Heerkretz

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/heerkretz/
20.01.2021
Eckelsheim: Hotel Klosterhof is a bed & breakfast with individually furnished, traditional rooms in renovated mid-18th-century buildings that once belonged to a Kloster (monastery).  

Idig

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/idig/
20.01.2021
Rebstöckel Gästehaus & Vinothek:  Kreuzstraße 11, Neustadt/Diedesfeld. Especially Flammkuchen (tarte flambée) and other fine foods. Regional wines from Diedesfeld and from  

Johannisberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/johannisberg/
20.01.2021
The Wallhäuser Johannisberg Site Although Johannisberg has long been recognized as a top site in the Nahe wine-growing region, it has suffered the fate of many a steep, labor-intensive site in  

Kastanienbusch

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/kastanienbusch/
20.01.2021
Kastanienbusch This site, called "Keschdebusch" by locals, is about 80 ha in size. It has a south-southeastern exposure and lies in a natural hollow at the foot of Hohenberg hill – the  

Elisabethenberg and Olgaberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/elisabethenberg-and-olgaberg/
20.01.2021
Twiel – the Rock The terrain, not unlike its weathered slate counterparts (e.g. Ahr, Mosel and Mittelrhein valleys) in terms of ability to quickly absorb heat during the day and gently release it  

Gaens

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/gaens/
20.01.2021
The Gondorfer Gäns Not for nothing is the 4th-century missionary St. Lubentius, whose Latin name means the willing, the namesake of a wine estate that has been willing to go to these  

König Johann Berg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/koenig-johann-berg/
20.01.2021
New Ownership and Innovative Replanting Adolf Schmitt, wine-grower and president of the Mosel wine-growers’ association, purchased the vineyard and the ruins in 2006. The ambitious plans of the  

Homburger Kallmuth

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/homburger-kallmuth/
20.01.2021
Origins and OwnersThe name Kallmuth derives from the Celtic “calemont” – “kahler Berg” or “barren hill.” It is assumed that it was first planted with vines by Benedictine monks in the 9th century.