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01.01.1970

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

… 2000 years old.It was the perfect ground for what once was the most famous champagne producer in Germany: In 1850, the export merchant Christian Adalbert Kupferberg founded the cellar under the name…

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

… founded in 1786. Valckenberg is proudly calling itself the oldest wine trading company in Germany that is still run by a family, the company still owns about 90 percent of the vineyard site around…

01.01.1970

A Picture Book made of Stone: A Photo Album for Wine

… is on display in the Wine Museum of Speyer – it is the oldest still completely filled wine bottle in Germany. One bottle from the vintage of 1687 was actually opened and tasted in Berlin, the other bottle from…

01.01.1970

The Vineyard Cottages of Saale-Unstrut– The Schweigenberg Ensemble

…hey are the landmark of the wine making region of Saale-Unstrut: the vineyard cottages. In no other region of Germany, there is such an amassment of these little cottages, huts and sometimes even villas that used to…

01.01.1970

State Estate Schloss Wackerbarth: the oldest Champagne Cellar in Saxony

… is considered to be the oldest champagne manufacturer in Saxony – and the second oldest in all of Germany.The history of Castle Wackerbarth begins in 1727 when the Count of Wackerbarth bought the land and…

01.01.1970

Kessler at Esslingen: Oldest Champagne Cellar in Germany

… Cliquot: On July 1st, 1826, Georg Christian von Kessler founded the first champagne manufactory of Germany in Esslingen on the Neckar river.

01.01.1970

Pfedelbach: Princes' Barrel and Master's Wine Press

… grapevines in the region. Its most impressive item on display is the third biggest wine cask in Germany: the Princes' Barrel from 1752 which was ordered by Prince Joseph von Hohenlohe Bartenstein and which…