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… vinothek, one of the city's most famous vineyards, the Würzburger Stein, rises up. The ensemble of winery, vinothek and guest house blend into this picture. "The architecture shouldn't be a distraction," says…
…World Heritage Site - The “Wine Island” of ReichenauGermany's southernmost vineyards are cultivated on Reichenau, an island in Lake Constance, now a World Heritage Site. Today, it is better known as the "vegetable…
…Geman Wine Academy Dr. Claudia Hammer – Under the scientific direction of Dr. Claudia Hammer, the Deutsche Weinakademie (DWA, or German Wine Academy) analyzes, assesses and disseminates informaton on the newest…
… E-Mail: info(at)deutscheweine.de www.deutscheweine.de All contacts at a glance (pdf)The German Wine Institute The German Wine Institute (DWI) is the central communication and marketing organization of…
… Management German Winequeen Sabine Stock +49 06135 / 9323 - 154 SST(at)deutscheweine.de Online Communication Section Stephanie Vogel +49 06135 / 9323 - 158 SV(at)deutscheweine.de Press Section Christina…
… is a very special souvenir. It once belonged to Fritz and Luise Bihlmayer, the co-founders of the winery. Today it is freshly upholstered in the vinothek in Löwenstein in the Weinsberg valley, a small…
…The "wine basket" catches every eye as it comes into view: a large trellised structure of wood and steel covering the three-story house like a second skin — a modern interpretation and architectural wordplay on the town…
…The "Wein-Schatzkeller" from the Heilbronn Winegrowers Cooperative opened in May 2015 to immediate acclaim as an architectural jewel, with an airy feel that invites guests to relax and try new things, to explore and…
… north of Stuttgart and named for the Zaber, a tributary of the Neckar. Official documents show that wine has been grown here since at least 1147, primarily under the strong guiding hand of the church, as can…
… as Germany rejoined East and West and 35-year-old Walter Schuh left the Mosel Valley to start his wine estate in a small village called Sörnewitz on the Elbe.