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…Organic wines from all over Germany were judged by an expert jury from the ECOVIN association at the end of August. The golden EcoWinner medal offers wine lovers some orientation when shopping for organic wines.
…eptember 1st, travellers on long-distance Deutsche Bahn trains can look forward to a very modern selection of wines from the local winegrowing regions.
… has also drawn acclaim in more recent years, and now accounts for more than 11 per cent of German wines. Yet there are many more varieties that are produced in smaller quantities, often enjoyed by locals,…
… now on display in the cellar of the Bürgerspital, as is the last bottle of one of the region’s oldest wines, which dates from 1540. When the wine critic Hugh Johnson opened one of the few remaining bottles of…
…eneath the palatial “prince’s building” designed by Antonio Petrini in 1699. This is where the estate’s great wines are produced, wines that have long enjoyed world renown. A Juliusspital wine, for example, was served…
… ambassador of Franconian wine, where it was, and is, cultivated in top sites to produce the very finest wines. The Fürstlich Castell’sches Domänenamt is an estate that has nurtured this tradition to this day: of…
… a clear commitment to the spirit of the times and a love of detail characterize the winery and the wines of the Brennflecks. “Clear, simple and self-assured” describes the minimalist cubic building with its…
… From the limestone vineyards soaring above Würzburg, winemaker Ludwig Knoll produces high-quality wines, in particular, Silvaner and the renowned Steinwein (stone wine).
… their winery Max Müller I in the Franconian town of Volkach.This motto is not only reflected in their wines - the uncomplicated, lively, fresh wines of the “Neues Franken” line and the premium, sophisticated…
… rooms merge with an expansive view - not only to the vineyards where the estate's premium wines grow, but also across the Rhine plain to Alsace and the Vosges mountains. "Less is more" is the motto…