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… from 1865.Aroma stations provide an opportunity to smell over 20 wine aromas found in Bodensee wines. The Vineum shop presents unusual wine accessories which illustrate the full range of the “wine and…
… had to import quite a number of workers to the island to help cultivate the vines.The success of the wines from Reichenau can be “blamed” on the lake itself. The body of water surrounding the island acts as a…
…Vulkanfelsgarten Winklerberg: Wines With a Volcanic TouchIn Ihringen, Kaiserstuhl, vines grow on the sloping remains of a 15-million-old, extinct volcano. Winklerberg has everything an old volcano can offer: lava…
… heat-retaining stony, slate soils afford perfect conditions for the production of superb Riesling wines with a fine mineral tone and aromas reminiscent of apple, mint, and various herbs/spices. Even…
… as sundials were installed on sun-drenched southern slopes and this is where grapes for premium wines also flourished. The most famous ones are the Wehlener sundial, the neighbouring Zeltinger…
… for his high must weights and harvest quantities while at the same time providing fruit-dominant wines.In 2009 it was bought by the entrepreneur Jens Reidel and now bears the name Gut Hermannsberg after…
… was, of course, a natural part of life in an area which still today produces the highest quantities of wines in Germany. Thus, viticulture and its historical culture are an important theme in the museum –…
… who transformed the village, replete with castle from 1200, into a wealthy community by trading wines. Consequently, resplendent mansions of wine producer families were built and these can still be seen…
… extent: there's hardly any other city in Germany which earns the label "Cradle of German Quality Wines" as much as Deidesheim.
… viticulture continued to flourish. In 1730, the monks built a treasure chamber for their most valuable wines – we know the date from a bill written by a carpenter from Eltville concerning the "Kabinett cellar."…