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… north of Stuttgart and named for the Zaber, a tributary of the Neckar. Official documents show that wine has been grown here since at least 1147, primarily under the strong guiding hand of the church, as can…
… as Germany rejoined East and West and 35-year-old Walter Schuh left the Mosel Valley to start his wine estate in a small village called Sörnewitz on the Elbe.
… resumption in 1999 represented a historic moment for the region.Germany's northernmost classified winegrowing region Saale-Unstrut, in the federal state of Sachsen-Anhalt and Thüringen, is marked by the…
…Ingelheim's reds have been famous for centuries, and Josef Neus rose here as one of the "Kings of Red Wine." Neus was born on the Mosel, but came to Ober-Ingelheim in 1881, opened a wine store and soon thereafter began…
…For Mirjam, there was never any question in her mind that she would someday be a winemaker. As a child, she spent much time in the vineyards, learning all aspects of viticulture at her father's side.
…Pauser is a young, fresh and creative family-run winery, and a relatively new one at that. Founded at the end of the 1970s, Friedrich Pauser and his daughter Eva Pauser-Brand cultivate over 30 hectares of vineyards.
… of the 20th century it was still a mixed agricultural operation, making the transition solely to wine production in 1960.
…The "VinoPeth" vinothek was created from a former cow stall back in 2011. The space had already once hosted a wine tasting room during 1976.
… Weingut Meyerhof for over 20 years, appearing prominently on their corporate logo and labels on the wine bottles. The color has also found a home in the new vinothek opened in 2013, on the shelves and the…
… Nico Espenschied's declaration that he actually wanted to continue the family tradition — and become a winegrower. Father Wilfried and son Nico now run the estate together, with the vinothek's 2008 debut…