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…With a total length of around 70 kilometers, the Franken Red Wine Hiking Trail can of course not be hiked in one day if it is to remain enjoyable.
… with a dash of exotics such as Albalonga. The wines are broken down into three categories: "Neues Franken" are easy, refreshing and fruit-driven wines that are fun from the moment they're poured from their…
… the industry press buzzed with talk of a "jewel" and "one of the finest addresses when it comes to Franken wine."
… visitors to this stretch of Lower Franconia proclaim it to be one of Bavaria's loveliest. 'Churfranken,' as it is called, is situated in the extreme northwest of the federal state, at the end of the 55-km…
… an idea of what lies ahead: Bocksbeutelstraße 15. Welcome to Weingut Rainer Sauer, in the land of Franken wine and the home of the Escherndorfer Lumps.
… from his first career into winemaking. Today he leads the premium winegrowing estate in southern Franken.
… Lorsch Abbey. A countless number of communities within an area stretching from Baden in the south, Franken in the east, and Rheinhessen in the west are able to track their viticultural history up to the early…
… marked the beginning of the Silvaner grape’s triumphant advance throughout Germany, and particularly, Franken.Silvaner numbers among the oldest grape varieties still cultivated today. In the first century, the…
… site in Iphofen. Naturally, it was bottled in a Bocksbeutel, the traditional wine bottle of Franken today.The shape of the Bocksbeutel is ancient. Among the Celtic relics (ca. 1400 BC) unearthed in…
… and renamed “Staatlicher Hofkeller Würzburg.” With 120 hectares of vineyard holdings throughout Franken and an average annual production of ca. 850,000 bottles, it numbers among the largest wine estates of…