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The Roman Wine Press of Piesport: Where the Romans trod upon Moselfruits

… Empire. The Mosel Valley is therefore accounted for being the oldest wine growing region in all of Germany.  In 1992, a second wine press was found in Piesport, this one measuring 15 metres in length…


Höhepunkte der Weinkultur Detailseite

… moderen day wine estate of the Vereinigte Hospitien. It is thus said to be the oldest wine cellar in Germany. Its entrance is decorated by a very well preserved clay brick floor from Roman times. The…


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

… been extinct for quite a while. Research showed them to be probably the oldest grapevines in all of Germany. The variety of Orleans was well spread throughout Germany up to the 19th century. It grew…


Weinbaudomäne Niederhausen-Schloßböckelheim: The Copper Side of Riesling

… state had started to buy the steep, rocky and fissured slopes along the Nahe river. Viticulture in Germany at that time suffered heavily from diseases and rodents, above all the phylloxera. Many wine growers…


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

… a natural part of live 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 – presented as…


The Roman Wine of Speyer: The oldest Wine of the World that's still liquid

… Museum of Palatinate in Speyer guards one of the biggest treasures of viticulture there is in all of Germany: Wine that stems probably from around the year 325 after Christ, preserved in a greenly-yellow glass…


Wine City of Deidesheim: The Cradle of German Quality Wines

… and this city shaped German wine politics to a large extent: there's hardly any other city in Germany which earns the label "Cradle of German Quality Wines" as much as Deidesheim.


The Monastery of Eberbach: Where the Monks made the Wine

…  The Monastery of Eberbach soon grew to be one of the biggest and most important cloisters in Germany, also thanks to its wine. The grape variety of Pinot Noir, imported from Pinot, became the first…


Castle Johannisberg: Where the Spätlese was invented

… viticulture, stemming from 1930, notes under the entry of Riesling succinctly: "Native country: Germany. Probably a variety from the Rheingau." In any case, one fact holds true: The Castle of…


The Wine Crane of Oestrich: Where the Wine went on a Journey

… is said to have been Maurus' residence, today, it is said to be the oldest stone house in Germany.Oestrich, however, took its name probably from its position in the east. Here, a range of wealthy…