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… much of our world. He has worked on estates in California and New Zealand and during his studies in winemaking in Geisenheim also held an internship at the German Embassy in Stockholm. But going away for good?…
…The historic Mosel winery at Weingut Leo Fuchs dates back to the 18th century, but was transformed during a 2005 renovation into an open and inviting vinothek. It has quickly become a beloved meeting point for gourmets…
…The Middle Mosel Valley resembles a "Grand Canyon of Riesling." If this white wine grape has its true home anywhere, it would be on this picturesque 120-km stretch of land.
… dividends. Franz Josef's son Peter assumed active leadership of the estate in 2000 after studying winemaking and working abroad. Today he cultivates 7.5 hectares of steep, top quality slate vineyards. He and…
… the 40-square-meter terrace. A place to come and enjoy the views. And then there are the exquisite wines too.Old vintner homes and splendid half-timbered houses shape the look of the twisting alleys of…
…Markus Longen and his wife Sabine took the helm at his parents' winegrowing estate in 1999. The pair carefully assessed their future prospects as Mosel winegrowers — and decided to start over.
…For generations, the Gansens and the Andries each owned one of the most well-known wineries on the Mosel, in the popular tourist destination of Ernst, east of Cochem.
… the Upper Middle Rhine Valley, designated as a World Cultural Heritage site in 2002 by UNESCO. The winegrowing tradition is old here, and Weingut Müller has been part of it for 300 years.
…Heppenheim houses a brilliant highlight of the Bergstraße: Viniversum, the new vinothek from the Bergstraße Winegrowers, a cooperative cultivating 264 hectares under vine.
… Don't look for them at the market, though. You're more likely to find them out in the vineyards.Wine from the Steigerwald is a special thing, thanks to the steep, warm and dry south and southwest-facing…