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Gaens

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/gaens/
25.09.2020
… your glass!Vintner's mulled wine, gingerbread and roast goose End of november marks the opening of Germany's traditional outdoor Christmas markets – many of which are centuries old. Thousands of lights…  

König Johann Berg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/koenig-johann-berg/
25.09.2020
… hillsiide. The royal Prussian family thoroughly embraced the Romantic Movement that swept through Germany in the 19th century. Thanks to their interest in history and penchant for historical preservation,…  

Homburger Kallmuth

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/homburger-kallmuth/
25.09.2020
… comes as no surprise, then, that British wine writer Hugh Johnson refers to the Kallmuth site as “one of Germany’s most spectacular slopes.” Homburger KallmuthSteep, Terraced Amphitheater of Vines on the…  

Marienburg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/marienburg/
25.09.2020
… 4.5 million vines equal to an area of ca. 627 ha, Zell is one of the largest wine-growing communities of Germany. “Zeller Schwarze Katz” is the collective name of Zell’s 16 individual vineyard sites. The…  

Kirchenstueck

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/kirchenstueck/
25.09.2020
… - Sensuous Wines of Quintessential Elegance Springtime comes early to the Pfalz. In fact, one of Germany’s earliest wine festivals is celebrated here, in Gimmeldingen (district if Neustadt), when the almond…  

Sonnenberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/sonnenberg/
25.09.2020
… were renamed Sonnenberg, thereby creating quite a large individual site (300 ha in Germany and ca. 150 ha in France). The soils consist of lime-rich marl, loam and loess, as well as…  

Rotenberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/rotenberg/
25.09.2020
… (mentioned above) or castle accommodations at Johann Lafer’s Stromburg in Stromberg. Lafer, one of Germany’s pioneer TV chefs, runs a top-class operation in the Stromburg castle (more information…  

Drachenfels

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/drachenfels/
25.09.2020
… None contain trachyte.Tips for Tourists Drachenfels is located in the Naturpark Siebengebirge, Germany’s oldest (1836) nature reserve and today, a national park. Hikers will find a…  

Hoellenberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/hoellenberg/
25.09.2020
… uses traditional vinification methods and ages his reds in old oak casks. Tip: Gault Millau WeinGuide Germany 2007 (published by Christian Verlag/München) mentions the estate as being a reliable source of good…  

Moenchberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/moenchberg/
25.09.2020
… in some 400 ha of vineyards. As such, Stuttgart is the largest metropolitan wine center of Germany, and its vineyard area is nearly equal in size to that of the entire Sachsen region (500 ha).