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… 450 hectares of vines. It is also the home of the region’s largest producer, Bergsträßer Winzer, a cooperative winery founded in 1904. Today, nearly 500 wine-growing families are members, and jointly…
…'Vision Requires Space' proclaimed the 90 winegrowing families of Franken's oldest winegrowing cooperative. And through the World of Wine that they have created in the lower Franconian town of Sommerach, that vision has…
…The cradle of wine-growers' cooperatives lies in Mayschoss in the Ahr River Valley. It was here that 18 vintners made wine history when they founded the world's first wine-growers' cooperative on 20 December 1868.
… varieties.In 2004, the property was acquired by a consortium – the Mayschoss-Altenahr and Dagernova cooperative wineries and private wine estates Brogsitter and Meyer-Näkel. Their restoration of the old ruin…
… pests, and declining prices for wine. As such, parish priest Meinrad Meier and 62 growers founded a cooperative, Winzerverein Reichenau, in 1896. Today, it is the smallest independent cooperative in Baden. Its…
… cottage offers a place to linger and enjoy the scenery. The vineyard is cultivated by the Wine Cooperative Rheingrafenberg from nearby Meddersheim and stocked with the grape varieties Gewürztraminer,…
… of wine! On the eastern side of the village, right across the street from the Rietburg Wine Cooperative, the Rhodt Rosegarden still holds its centuries old, gnarled grapevines, hard as stone and…
… there's a reason why the crown jewel of the Winzergenossenschaft Herxheim (Herxheim Winegrowers Cooperative) is named "Vinothek 212 N.N."
… highlight of the Bergstraße: Viniversum, the new vinothek from the Bergstraße Winegrowers, a cooperative cultivating 264 hectares under vine.
…The "Wein-Schatzkeller" from the Heilbronn Winegrowers Cooperative opened in May 2015 to immediate acclaim as an architectural jewel, with an airy feel that invites guests to relax and try new things, to explore and…