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… wine tastings — including a guided hike along the 35-kilometer Red Wine Trail, a vineyard tour of the hillsides around Walporzheim and themed events like "Chocolate & Wine," which provides delicious…
… south-eastward over the Rhine River Loop near Oppenheim as far as the Odenwald with the Melibokus hill.
… on which Germany’s first Silvaner grape grew in 1569. On the right-hand side is the present-day chestnut hill, formerly an outer bailey, as well as the roots of the former Gerichtslinde or “court linden tree,”…
… Mediterranean climate. Facing east, the view stretches over the Rhine Valley over the Kraichgau Hills, the Black Forest in the south-east, and the Odenwald.
… Rhine’s largest island (Mariannenaue) and its widest section (1 km), and beyond to the Rhenish-Hessian Hills, stopping briefly at the Rochusberg near Bingen and the Donnersberg on the horizon, before finally…
… Best Vineyard View in the Saale-Unstrut Region. It encompasses the idyllic Saale Valley and rolling hills, ending with the town of Naumburg. The trail through the vineyards also passes by the Steinernes…
… to the viewpoint high above the Neckar and Enz rivers. The 400-step Jacob’s Ladder passes through the hillside wineries on Besigheim’s Niedernberg. The climb was rewarded by Wines of Germany with the label of…
… a clear day, you can also see the Großer and Kleiner Feldberg in the Taunus Mountains, the Melibokus hill in the Odenwald, and the Donnersberg in the Palatinate Forest. Sprawling in between are the Rheinhessen…
…The Krahnenberg is the local hill in the town of Andernach. It owes its name to the Old Krahnen, a historic tower crane on the shores of the Rhine, which was in operation until 1911, primarily to load millstones, tuff,…
… faces southeast; 15 ha are planted with Spätburgunder grapes. This predominantly steep hillside vineyard reaches altitudes of between 125 m and 260 m.