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Marienburg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/marienburg/
20.01.2021
… In time, local railway lines were built to connect wine-growing villages along the Mosel with this main line –…  

Kalkgasse

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/kalkgasse/
20.01.2021
… (northern stretch) and Baden (southern portion) wine-growing regions.  This famous site,…  

Kirchenstueck

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/kirchenstueck/
20.01.2021
Freinsheim (another town ringed by its medieval wall): Alt Freinsheim - restaurant; Freinsheimer Hof - hotel and restaurant (freinsheimerhof.com) and Von-Busch-Hof - restaurant and wine cellar  

Sonnenberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/sonnenberg/
20.01.2021
… north-south route that winds through the Pfalz wine-growing region. Not only does each town boast a…  

Rotenberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/rotenberg/
20.01.2021
Rotenberg (literally, “red hill”) is a little known and very small, but special, vineyard site in the Alsenz River Valley. It is a steep site near Altenbamberg, a small village a few  

Drachenfels

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/drachenfels/
20.01.2021
… many vineyard names in the Mittelrhein, Ahr and Mosel regions. Perhaps the most legendary “Ley” designation is in…  

Osterlaemmchen

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/osterlaemmchen/
20.01.2021
Osterlämmchen - 'Easter Lamb' The Paschal Lamb – from Pasch, meaning Passover or Easter – is deeply rooted in tradition, as is wine culture. How, then, did a Mosel vineyard site, located midway  

Hoellenberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/hoellenberg/
20.01.2021
August Kesseler was one of the first in the Rheingau to use barrique casks (mid-80s) and to export German red wine. He is particularly proud that his Spätburgunder wines are listed in many leading  

Moenchberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/moenchberg/
20.01.2021
Mönchberg - Monk's Hill The first documented mention of vineyards in the heart of Stuttgart dates from 1108, in a deed of gift: a monk, Ulrich, ceded an inner-city vineyard to the monastery in  

Hew Blair

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/riesling-fellowship/hew-blair/
20.01.2021
Hew Blair is Chairman and Buying Director of Justerini & Brooks. A lifelong fan of German Riesling, his dedication has seen sales at Justerini & Brooks double year on year, "thanks to