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01.01.1970

Weinbaudomäne Niederhausen-Schloßböckelheim: The Copper Side of Riesling

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

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…

01.01.1970

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.

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

01.01.1970

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

It is the landmark of the wine city of Oestrich-Winkel: The crane for loading wine onto ships on the Rhine is the only surviving witness for the technique for loading ships in former times. From this

01.01.1970

Kupferberg-Museum in Mainz: The multi-layered pleasure of Champagne

The tickling pleasure of champagne has a long tradition in Mainz - and a multi-layered one: 60 cellars, stretching out in seven layers underneath the earth, is the treasure of the champagne makers of

01.01.1970

Niersteiner Glöck: The oldest vineyard site of Germany

…istoric charter proves it: the vineyard site "Niersteiner Glöck" is the oldest vineyard site in all Germany that is called by its name without pause. In 742, the Carolingian ruler Karlmann – successor to Karl…

01.01.1970

Vineyard Site Liebfrauenstift: As far as the Tower's Shadow reaches

Abroad, this used to be the equivalent for German wine in general: the Liebfraumilch. The wine and the name have their origin in the vineyard site with the name Liebfrauenstift which is situated