Search results 341 until 350 of 380
… Andrea Engler-Waibel, the estate has made a Markgräfler specialty, the Gutedel, into its flagship wine.
…Lively and contemporary wine culture, paired with outstanding gourmet offerings from the kitchen and cellar. Fresh, local and varied — that's the philosophy for the Weber family in the heart of the Breisgau.
… a picturesque stretch of land known as Walporzheim an der Ahr. For as long as anyone can remember, wine production and the sale of wine have driven the town's economy.
…The hike to the Best Vineyard View in Baden for 2012 takes you along the Weinkundeweg wine trail, through Spätburgunder vines to the Lerchenberg memorial, which provides sweeping panoramic views of the glittering Lake…
…Head up through the Schlossberg, Reitsteig, and Kirchberg wineries to the Best Vineyard View in Franken for 2012. The view from up here sweeps over the slope on which Germany’s first Silvaner grape grew in 1569. On the…
…The picture-postcard scenery around Rhodt, an enchanting wine-growing town with chestnut-lined streets, was named the Best Vineyard View in the Palatinate Region for 2012. The lookout point marked by the stele provides…
… near Bingen and the Donnersberg on the horizon, before finally ending in the west with the world-famous wine-growing town of Rüdesheim, the gateway to the Upper Middle Rhine Valley. From Geisenheim’s Rothenberg,…
… river, the unique magic that once inspired the artist can still be felt to this day. And in 2012, Wines of Germany chose the vista from the Max Klinger vineyard as the Best Vineyard View in the Saale-Unstrut…
… viewpoint high above the Neckar and Enz rivers. The 400-step Jacob’s Ladder passes through the hillside wineries on Besigheim’s Niedernberg. The climb was rewarded by Wines of Germany with the label of Best…
… terraced Wurmberg vineyards. Directly opposite, facing west, is Besigheim, selected as Germany’s Best Wine-growing Town for 2012. Beyond it, at the point where the Enz opens out into the Neckar, are the terraced…