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01.01.1970

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

… for the World Fair of 1900 in Paris – a true masterpiece of Art Nouveau. And, of course, also the…

01.01.1970

Niersteiner Glöck: The oldest vineyard site of Germany

… itself or because the bell-ringer was paid with wine from that vineyard, remains yet to be established.…

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…

01.01.1970

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

… or painted album pages that were devoted to wine or chase were the big fashion of the time. Right…

01.01.1970

Rotkäppchen's Champagne Cellars: 150 Years Creating Sparkling Wine

…This is where the sparkling wine with the red cap comes from: the Rotkäppchen Champagne, a true landmark of German…

01.01.1970

The Vineyard Cottages of Saale-Unstrut– The Schweigenberg Ensemble

…They are the landmark of the wine making region of Saale-Unstrut: the vineyard cottages. In no other region of Germany,…

01.01.1970

State Estate Schloss Wackerbarth: the oldest Champagne Cellar in Saxony

… between 1727 and 1730 by none other than the king's master builder, Christoph Knöffel: a wine estate with a…

01.01.1970

Hoflößnitz: The Saxon Club and the Elector's Wine Feasts

… Hoflößnitz, the Saxon electors partied during the wine harvest, here, the Saxon Club was invented - and here, a…

01.01.1970

Kessler at Esslingen: Oldest Champagne Cellar in Germany

… in 1826 G.C. Kessler & Compagnie in the old wine press house of the Kaisheimer Pfleghof. The first 4000…

01.01.1970

Pfedelbach: Princes' Barrel and Master's Wine Press

…In this scenery, wine presses mark the wanderer's routes, quite literally: Between Öhringen and Pfedelbach, there were…