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…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…
…parkling pleasure of sekt has a long tradition in Mainz and a multi-layered one. Kupferberg, former sparkling wine producers, have seven layers of cellars under their grand Villa overlooking the city.
… a view as impressive as up here. One gazes out onto the lovely Zeller Valley, over the Rheinhessen winegrowing region that abuts it to the east, further out across the Rhine Plain all the way to the Odenwald…
… and think of the outstanding football player from this region, but there's also an outstanding winegrower by the same name, who founded his estate in 1832 in Niederhorbach.
… in German), there's a reason why the crown jewel of the Winzergenossenschaft Herxheim (Herxheim Winegrowers Cooperative) is named "Vinothek 212 N.N."
… was love that drew her here twelve years ago, her devotion to Kurt Janson, whom she first met at a winery on Long Island. Sarah Janson has done more than just assimilate into the Schloss Janson estate. She's…
… the Rhine rift, with a side-by-side mix of soil types that ensures tremendous diversity in the wines.
… to find these days. While it was a bit off the beaten track up until a few years ago, the married winegrowers decided a relocation was in order and put it on the map in more ways than one.
… 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…