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… have not only survived the centuries but still bear fruit every year. The vineyard in the wine community of Rhodt unter Rietberg is said to have existed already before the 30-Years-War, and that took…
… that the cloister vineyards have been continuously cultivated since at least the 11th century.The wine estate and the ruins of the cloister have been owned and run by the von Racknitz family since…
… in the middle of the vineyards on the edge of the city of Bad Dürkheim: a two thousand year old wine press from Roman times. The wine press with its building is the only one of that kind between Southern…
… was, of course, a natural part of life in an area which still today produces the highest quantities of wines in Germany. Thus, viticulture and its historical culture are an important theme in the museum –…
… years however, viticulture suffered heavily from pests and disease, especially phylloxera, and many winegrowers had given up, abandoning their sites.Then in 1901, the Prussian state started to buy the steep,…
… rise upwards towards naked mountaintops", there "yields a harvest of the many colored grapes to the wine maker, hanging inside the precipice, harvesting the fruit." So steep the slopes and so bare the slate…
…Old Wine Trading Centre of Bacharach: Home of Roman god BacchusThis city honors the ancient God of Bacchus in its name. Bacharach took its name, so legend goes, from the Celtic word "Baccaracum" - meaning Baccarus'…
…In the middle of a small Mosel wine village lies the Weingut Lubentiushof - an unusual ensemble of a modern concrete-glass wine workshop and an historical winery building from the Princes von der Leyen in 1711.
…The Art Nouveau city of Traben-Trarbach is a true landmark for the significance that wine trading once held for the Mosel region. Around 1900, this small city in the middle of the Mosel valley was the most important…
… as sundials were installed on sun-drenched southern slopes and this is where grapes for premium wines also flourished. The most famous ones are the Wehlener sundial, the neighbouring Zeltinger…