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Rheingau - Geisenheimer Rothenberg

 
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25.08.2020
Rheingau - Geisenheimer RothenbergEver since being named one of Germany’s Best Vineyard Views, the spectacular vista from the Rothenberg has been enjoyed by an increasing number of people. The peaks  

Saale-Unstrut - Vineyard of Max-Klinger, Naumburger Blütengrund

 
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25.08.2020
Saale-Unstrut - Vineyard of Max-Klinger, Naumburger BlütengrundGroßjena near Naumburg is home to the idyllic Blütengrund region, where the Unstrut opens out into the Saale River. The soft light and  

Sachsen - Belvedere, Wackerbarth Castle

 
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25.08.2020
Sachsen - Belvedere, Wackerbarth CastleThe Best Vineyard View in the Sachsen Region for 2012 provides a spectacular vista of the unique cluster, comprising the Belvedere summer residence, the  

Württemberg - View from Himmelsleiter

 
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25.08.2020
Württemberg - View from HimmelsleiterThe Himmelsleiter takes you to the viewpoint high above the Neckar and Enz rivers. The 400-step Jacob’s Ladder passes through the hillside wineries on  

Württemberg - Hessigheimer Felsengärten

 
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25.08.2020
Württemberg - Hessigheimer FelsengärtenThe Hessigheimer Felsengärten (Hessigheim rock gardens) nature reserve, also popularly known as the Swabian Dolomites for their spectacular shape, is a  

Baden - Dasenstein

 
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25.08.2020
Baden - DasensteinThe point where the Black Forest meets the Rhine Valley is also the place where the Rebland wine region sprawls around the town of Kappelrodeck, and where the Dasenstein soars up:  

Saale-Unstrut - Höhnstedter Kreisberg

 
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25.08.2020
Saale-Unstrut - Höhnstedter KreisbergThe northernmost point of Germany’s wine-growing region, between the Saale River and Süßer See lake, is home to the wine-growing town of Höhnstedt. Heading  

Rheinhessen - Winzeralm, Siefersheim

 
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25.08.2020
Rheinhessen - Winzeralm, SiefersheimThe Hiwweltour Heideblick certified quality hiking trail takes you from Siefersheim to the Winzeralm vineyard, where you can sit on traditional wooden benches and  

Franken - Iphofen, Terroir f

 
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25.08.2020
Franken - Iphofen, Terroir fThe Terroir f lookout point at Iphofen’s Schwanberg was named the Best Vineyard View in Franken for 2016 by Wines of Germany. In addition to its spectacular view, Terroir  

Mittelrhein - Krahnenberg

 
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25.08.2020
Mittelrhein - KrahnenbergThe Krahnenberg is the local hill in the town of Andernach. It owes its name to the Old Krahnen, a historic tower crane on the shores of the Rhine, which was in operation