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… vines. It is also the home of the region’s largest producer, Bergsträßer Winzer, a cooperative winery founded in 1904. Today, nearly 500 wine-growing families are members, and jointly cultivate some 265…
… best Franconian cooperative and in 2009 the best German one, decided a few years ago to redesign their winery cellar. The aim was to express the winemaker's philosophy – respect for tradition, openness to the…
…A sense of tradition, 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…
… and the renowned Steinwein (stone wine).Knoll, the fifth generation of his family to lead the winery, took over in 1991 and decided to add two new buildings to the existing ensemble, which would provide…
…"We are open to new things, yet rooted in our origins," say Monika and Rainer Müller from the Max Müller I winery in Volkach.
… out against the rich green of the surrounding vineyards. The upper floors of this futuristic winery blend into the hillside of Enselberg, one of the top locations in the Kaiserstuhl region.
… from Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler followed this principle with the new tasting room of the Jean Stodden winery.Tradition is very important in the winemaking family from Rech an der Ahr - Gerhard Stodden's…
… in 1828 – with wine for the prince's troops.Here, in the historic Fürstenfass cellar, the Hohenlohe winery was founded in 1950, by 14 winegrowers at that time. 450 vintners from 16 wine-growing villages now…
… a tasting room for the prince, called the Kellerstube. In 1843, the Hoflößnitz became a State Winery and stayed thus until the catastrophic phylloxera blight that led to the downfall of viticulture in…
… operations, and among its finest: in 2000, it was named “discovery of the year” and the only cooperative winery to earn three grape clusters in the Gault Millau wine guide. A special wine from the fantastic 2007…