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… found in German wine country (primarily as a table grape), today it is planted almost exclusively in Württemberg, where it is the quaffing wine of choice, earning its position as the “Swabian national drink”.
… where it is part of many champagne cuvées. Black Riesling is particularly popular with the Württembergers, but not only there. At table, it is an interesting alternative to Pinot Noir.
… and wind-protected areas, since bud-burst is early and it ripens late. In very good sites, this Württemberg speciality yields wines with excellent quality. It does well in various soil types,…
…Acolon - fine fruit, good structure This red wine variety grown in Weinsberg in Württemberg has gained a place in the German red wine range within a few years. As early as 1971, the vine growers in Weinsberg…
… for the development of the vineyards. There is also a wealth of art and architectural gems. read moreWürttemberg Württemberg is known as Germany's premier red wine region. Nearly 70 percent of its…
… role in the Nahe is less significant than that of cooperative cellars in other regions (e.g. Baden, Württemberg, Franken). Signposted routes through wine country: Nahe-Weinstraße (driving) ·…
…Werbegemeinschaft Württembergischer Weingärtnergenossenschaften eG Raiffeisenstraße 6 71696 Möglingen Tel: +49 7141 / 2446 - 0 Fax: +49 7141 / 2446 - 20 www.wwg.de firstname.lastname@example.org Overview Württemberg…
… the catering sector, parts of which demand delivery in screw caps. The pioneers in Germany were the Württembergers and the Franconians. Around 80% of all liter bottles there have screw caps. Internationally,…
…d and white wine grapes. The so-called “Schillerwein” is a traditional Rotling from the wine-growing region Württemberg. No particular grape varieties are stipulated to produce Schillerwein. “Drink Pink” So…
… the taverns are still called Straußwirtschaften after Strauß meaning bouquet or bunch. In Baden and Württemberg they are called Besenwirtschaften or Besenschänken, Besen meaning broom or brush, so here,…