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01.01.1970

Staatlicher Hofkeller Würzburg

These cellars have record proportions: they extend beneath the Würzburg Residence over an area of some 4,557 sq. meters (49,000 sq. feet). The monumental building above is one of the most exceptional

01.01.1970

Würzburg’s Weingut Bürgerspital and Steinwein: Bocksbeutel and Silvaner

One is Germany's oldest charitable foundation that owns a wine estate; the other is one of Germany's oldest vineyards bearing a site-specific name; and the two have been inextricably linked for

01.01.1970

Juliusspital: Home of the Embossed Bocksbeutel

Probably the oldest depiction of a "Bocksbeutel" appears right in the middle of a 16th-century stone relief mounted on an exterior wall of the Juliusspital. Maybe it was meant to symbolize

01.01.1970

Castell: Cradle of a “Successful Experiment”

April 6, 1659 was a milestone in the history of the Franconian village of Castell: Johann Georg Körner, the bailiff of the Count of Castell’s estate, had new vines planted at the foot of the

01.01.1970

Selbstbewusst und zukunftsweisend – die Weinwerkstatt im alten Weindorf

Der Lubentiushof in Niederfell an der Mosel geht auf eine im Jahre 1711 gegründete Kellerei der Fürsten von der Leyen zurück. 1994 übernahm Andreas Barth, eigentlich Jurist, das Weingut und führt es

01.01.1970

The Ruins of the Monastery of Disibodenberg: Where the oldest grapevines grow

This hill has become famous for the prophetress Hildegard von Bingen, but the Disibodenberg in Odernheim on the Nahe river also has an ages old history of viticulture. Traces on the southern slope

01.01.1970

The Open-Air Museum of Bad Sobernheim: The living history of viticulture

This is a panorama of viticulture, stretching from Medieval times up to today – and there's no better place to experience it all than the open-air museum of Bad Sobernheim on the Nahe river. Founded

01.01.1970

Wine City of Deidesheim: The Cradle of German Quality Wines

In this city, the first wine of high quality range was made within the region of Palatinate and this city shaped German wine politics to a large extent: there's hardly any other city in Germany which

01.01.1970

The Monastery of Eberbach: Where the Monks made the Wine

This might well be the cradle of viticulture in the Rheingau, since no other building in the area symbolizes a centuries of culture of wine making as the Monastery of Eberbach near the village of

01.01.1970

Castle Johannisberg: Where the Spätlese was invented

This is legendary ground: The Castle of Johannisberg, near Geisenheim in the Rheingau, was the aim of a rider who acquired legendary fame – it was because of him that the Spätlese was born on these