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…In the center of the Franconian winegrowing village of Iphofen, between the baroque town hall and the parish church of St. Veit, there is a building ensemble that combines historical and ultra-modern architecture in an…
… are particularly steep here, but their weathered shale and greywacke soils produce outstanding wines.
… hiking through the vineyards of the Hessische Bergstraße region, and past many small wineries. A striking stele at the Bensheimer Paulus vineyard marks the Best Vineyard View in the Hessische…
…Since 2007, the Mosel wine-growing region has also included the vineyards in the Saar and Ruwer valleys. This explains why Wines of Germany named the area around the Saar River Loop between Wiltingen and Kanzem the…
… you have landed in the Garden of Eden. Revel in the happiness and anticipate the delicious glass of wine from the renowned Oberbergener Baßgeige vineyards, that awaits you in the valley below.The Oberbergen…
…The Michaelsberg, also known as the "Guardian of the Zabergäu" (‘magical region’), is located next to the wine town of Cleebronn on the Württemberg Wine Route. The conical mountain, rising 394m high, offers a fantastic…
… Hermannsberg was founded in 1902 as the Königlich-Preussische Weinbaudomäne (Royal Prussian Wine Domain). The pressing house and director's manor were erected in the years following World War I.…
… 11 generations. Tesch restructured the estate in 2002, reworking its entire strategic approach to winemaking.
… much of our world. He has worked on estates in California and New Zealand and during his studies in winemaking in Geisenheim also held an internship at the German Embassy in Stockholm. But going away for good?…
…The Emmerich-Koebernik family has for centuries pursued the winegrower life amidst the Rhine slate mountains that shape the wild landscape of the Nahe. It's a striking region with three long-extinct volcanoes.