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… terraced Wurmberg vineyards. Directly opposite, facing west, is Besigheim, selected as Germany’s Best Wine-growing Town for 2012. Beyond it, at the point where the Enz opens out into the Neckar, are the terraced…
…The point where the Black Forest meets the Rhine Valley is also the place where the Rebland wine region sprawls around the town of Kappelrodeck, and where the Dasenstein soars up: Centuries ago, a beautiful damsel, the…
…The northernmost point of Germany’s wine-growing region, between the Saale River and Süßer See lake, is home to the wine-growing town of Höhnstedt. Heading through its small vineyards, which predominantly grow classic…
… loungers and enjoy not only the Best Vineyard View in the Rheinhessen Region for 2016, but also wines, grape juice, and snacks from Siefersheim’s Weingut Zimmermann winery.
… the shores of the Rhine, which was in operation until 1911, primarily to load millstones, tuff, and wine. The hiking trail to the vineyard view passes from here through the Andernacher Stadtwald forest and up…
…The Sondersberg Viewpoint, which rises above the wine-growing village of Dernau, offers spectacular views of the Ahr Valley. Dernau’s oldest wine estate, the Schlosshof, had the viewing platform built on the…
Wines of Germany elected the area between Idar-Oberstein and Bad Kreuznach, providing views over the Meddersheim vineyards of Altenberg, Edelberg, and Rheingrafenberg, the Best Vineyard View in the Nahe wine-growing…
… The Best Vineyard View in the Mosel for 2016 is a superb vista over the Mosel River Loop and the wine-growing towns of the Middle Mosel.
… This part of the world is typified by the proximity of almond trees and brightly colored wineries. The lookout point is flanked by red Riesling vineyards; the historic grape variety is grown here by…
… a distance of 20 kilometers. Yet it is very rewarding as we journey through 2000 years of Mosel wine history.