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14.08.2018

Marienburg

… en route, such as the first (1877) double-decker bridge (for railroad and autos) at Bullay and the “hillside viaduct” (1880) with 92 arches covering a span of 786m through the vineyards, complete with massive…

14.08.2018

Kalkgasse

… improved so that the town’s sewage system was no longer stopped up by surface water spilling down the hillside. Green cover was planted to help check erosion. Thanks to increased levels of rainfall during the…

14.08.2018

Kirchenstueck

… Additional recommendations with excellent food, wine and accommodations: Neuleiningen (unique, hilltop village ringed by an ancient town wall): Alte Pfarrey - hotel and restaurant (altepfarrey.com) …

14.08.2018

Sonnenberg

… in Wissembourg.Sonnenberg Superlatives The original (pre-1971) Sonnenberg site is a south-facing hillside behind Schweigen proper, adjacent to the French border. It is part of today’s (much larger)…

14.08.2018

Rotenberg

… A predominantly southern exposure and protection from cold winds by the forested tops of the Hunsrück Hills make for a favorable microclimate. The vines at higher elevations ripen more slowly than those at the…

14.08.2018

Drachenfels

… with the Drache (dragon) that lived in the Drachenhöhle (dragon’s cave) on the hill, and bathed in its blood to make himself invincible. The local red wine specialty Drachenblut…

14.08.2018

Hoellenberg

… from Rüdesheim it is impossible to “miss” it, as the name of the site is written on the face of the hillside in bold white letters. Spätburgunder is the predominant grape variety; a small amount of the…

14.08.2018

Moenchberg

… the church. The vineyard site closest to the Mercedes-Benz stadium, for example, is Mönchberg (monks’ hill), a 45-hectare site situated between the suburbs of Bad Cannstatt and Untertürkheim on the eastern…

16.01.2018

900_Auf-einen-Blick_englisch_12_01_2016.pdf

… in the vanguard of contemporary winemakers. most of Germany’s vineyards are planted on slopes or steep hills topped by protective forests that check the wind, and almost always near a sun-reflecting river –…

16.01.2018

Oechsle_Englisch.pdf

… Prälat (Prelate), Kirchenstück (Church Piece), Domdechaney (Cathedral Deanery), Abtsberg (Abbot’s Hill), Domprobst (Cathedral Provost) ... around 800 17th – 18th century lARGe DIMeNsIONs earlier than…