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…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…
…Germany is famous for its‘ beautiful wine regions, outstanding vinotheks, hiking trails as well as landmarks of wine culture. In october 2020 the high circulation guide book and travel platform Lonely Planet highlights…
…Zadel, near Meißen, is where Georg Prinz zur Lippe runs Saxony’s oldest private winery, the Weingut Schloss Proschwitz. There, between Grauburgunder and Weißburgunder vines, stands the stele denoting the Best Vineyard…
…For a number of years, Germany's vintners have eagerly worked their way up to a top position in the global wine business.
…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…
…Perched high above the wine village of Kiedrich, the distinctive keep of the Scharfenstein Castle ruins towers over the grapevines. A hiking trail leads from the town through the Kiedrich brook valley and up to the…
…The Terroir f lookout point at Iphofen’s Schwanberg was named the Best Vineyard View in Franken for 2016 by Wines of Germany. In addition to its spectacular view, Terroir f at Iphofen’s famous Julius-Echter-Berg…
… over the Wächtersbach valley to Veste Otzberg rising in the background, brings a sense of calm. The winegrower Karl Petermann appreciated this smooth transition from the foothills of the Odenwald into the hill…
…site for Nahe’s Best Vineyard View 2020 lies just below the Kertzer woodlands, right next to the Niederhausen Wine Trail. With its two recliners, it offers an ideal resting point with an impressive view of the vineyards…
… and corals. The so-called shell limestone not only shapes the landscape today, but also the top wines growing on it.