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…In this city, the first wine of high quality range was made within the region of Palatinate and this city shaped German wine politics to a large extent: there's hardly any other city in Germany which earns the label…
…ell be the cradle of viticulture in the Rheingau, since no other building in the area symbolizes centuries of wine making culture like the Monastery of Eberbach near the village of Eltville.
… vineyards were shrivelled on the vine and covered in noble rot, which was until then unknown to the wine makers. Nevertheless, the courageous winemaker of the estate had the grapes brought in and pressed. He…
…The historic crane for loading wine barrels onto boats shipping along the Rhine is not only a symbol of the town Oestrich-Winkel, but also an expression of the importance of Rheingau wine for the marketplace. In…
… 1700s, and continues today with the rich offering to explore all senses at this modern sparkling wine estate with a classic Baroque ambience.
…One of the most famous hallmarks of the Saale-Unstrut winegrowing region are the many vineyard huts visible on the hillside vineyards and steep terraces of the riverbank. These little cottages, huts and sometimes even…
…Once upon a time in 1856, there were two brothers who decided to found a wine store with a mutual friend ... and thus began the fantastical success story of Sektkellerei Rotkäppchen, the sparkling wine with the red cap.
…In the time of Rococo, written or painted album pages that were devoted to wine or hunting were the big fashion of the time. Just outside the city walls of Naumburg, amongst the blossoms near Großjena, you can see what…
…Abroad, Liebfraumilch used to be the equivalent for German wine in general. The wine and the name have their origin in the Liebfrauenstift vineyard which is situated around the Liebfrauenkirche in Worms.
… "Glöck", so named from either the chiming of the church bells or because the bell-ringer was paid with wine from that vineyard. This is yet to be established but the fact remains that the bishop of Würzburg…