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… - the name for the seasonal wine tavern is very different from region to region, however, the origin is common to all: as a sign that the tavern was open, the winemaker hung a bouquet, broom or wreath on…
… in London in 1961, he was surprised to find that it was “still lively” and “even reflected its German origin."The history of the Bürgerspital began in 1316, when the distinguished patrician Johannes von Steren…
… are thought to have brought it from their sister monasteries in Austria to Obereisenheim. Silvaner was originally a crossing of Traminer and “Österreichisch-Weiss.” Given its Alpine origins, it was long…
… panels explain and illustrate points of interest on topics ranging from soil profiles, varietal origins, soil maintenance, integrated viticulture (ecologically friendly practices), indigenous grape…
… of the press house into the existing ensemble all the greater. Not only in connection with the original estate, but also in relation to the small historical winemaking village where it is situated. This…
…"We are open to new things, yet rooted in our origins," say Monika and Rainer Müller from the Max Müller I winery in Volkach.
… castle, continuing a winemaking tradition of more than 1500 years and continuing the line from the original Baron of Gemmingen, 12 generations earlier, who bought Burg Hornberg in 1612. Götz von…
… In 1564, the Electoral Palatinate, the proprietor at the time, revoked the monastery's rights. Of the original buildings, only the King’s Hall has survived through the centuries. It has been a UNESCO World…
… Hospitien in Trier, you can grasp the heritage of Roman times with your hands. The origins of this wine cellar, the oldest in Germany, reach back to the year 330.
… recently renovated. The Adolph Huesgen winery still operates the wine store "Wildbad Wein" on its original site, even offering a Riesling named "Villa Huesgen". As well as exploring the upper sites of…