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… wine history. This magnificent hiking route is certainly not an easy one. After all, it is important to master no less than 600 vertical meters over a distance of a good 20 kilometers. Even…
… the steep vineyards of the Spaar Mountains to ensure that only the finest vines survive. It was an important but smooth transition — from the first generation to the second. The last big year of change…
… floors let visitors watch the doings in the cellar. Architect Blinn goes so far as to compare the importance of the vinothek to that of a specialized jeweler: "The wines are the jewels, demanding to be…
… renovation of the vinothek in early 2014, one priority was to establish a uniform style. It was important to blend in well with the historic estate's overall look and feel.
… have been tried-and-true classics for centuries: Riesling, Pinot Blanc and Gris as well as the most important red variety, Spätburgunder. Köhr uses a three-level classification system for his wines: "Entry,"…
… the appropriate framework in which they can develop their distinctive character. It was no less important to the vintner family to have a pleasant atmosphere to work in. Because, according to their motto,…
… of the company was and remains the imposing winery buildings from 1897, considered among the most important industrial monuments of Germany. In particular, the spectacular dome, built in 1893 and around one…
… the world, enjoying tremendous popularity in England in particular.England used to be the most important export partner for the winemakers in Worms, especially for the wine company J.P. Valckenberg,…
… the Rhine is not only a symbol of the town Oestrich-Winkel, but also an expression of the importance of Rheingau wine for the marketplace. In 1780 that totaled over 500,000 litres of wine.
… grapevines with them. The Monastery of Eberbach soon grew to be one of the biggest and most important cloisters in Germany, also thanks to its wine. The grape variety Pinot Noir, imported from…