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… the Rhine rift, with a side-by-side mix of soil types that ensures tremendous diversity in the wines.
… are open to the public. In fact, this space that once served as the late Antiquity pantry for wines and oils from Spain and Gaul remains even today the perfect ambiance for tastings by Weingut Poss, in…
… the production processes, on the other hand to create appealing spaces for the presentation of his wines as well as their tasting and sale.He commissioned Mattes Sekiguchi, an architecture firm based in…
…Kellerei Wilhelm Kern - Dynamically curved wooden facades for straight forward winesA modern cube, completely clad in larch wood, has attracted attention in the Remstal since 2012. It is the modern headquarters of the…
… The ground floor of the wine workshop is reserved for the tasting and sale of the estate's own wines. The office is on the upper floor, and a guest apartment with a small terrace is on the top floor, from…
… vinotheque is in the new wing and here Iphöfer winegrowers present their white, red, rosé and sparkling wines, as well as their liqueurs and spirits. The architecture is a telling reflection of the region’s…
… are particularly steep here, but their weathered shale and greywacke soils produce outstanding wines.
… wine-growing region has also included the vineyards in the Saar and Ruwer valleys. This explains why Wines of Germany named the area around the Saar River Loop between Wiltingen and Kanzem the Mosel Region’s…
… Saturday evenings the kitchen presents a "weekend menu," a three-course prix fixe with accompanying wines. Another highlight is the "wine tasting weekends." Once per month the estate kitchen engages in a…
… its entire strategic approach to winemaking. The portfolio was streamlined, with naturally sweet wines eliminated completely. The catalog is now comprised of three varieties: Riesling, Spätburgunder and…