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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…

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

Wine and Stone: The Art of Viticulture

…The "Wine and Stone" adventure path in Heppenheim on the Bergstrasse unites wine and art in a unique manner:…

01.01.1970

Lorsch Abbey: Databank of Viticultural History

Probably no other place in Germany has done as much to preserve viticultural history as Lorsch Abbey, located just west of the strata montana, or mountain road, opposite the Hessische Bergstrasse

01.01.1970

Bopparder Hamm: Rhine Wine Country's Largest Loop

… vineyard area of the Mittelrhein lies within Rhine wine country's largest loop: Bopparder Hamm, a vine-clad…

01.01.1970

The wine trading center of Bacharach: Home of Roman god Bacchus

This city honors the ancient God of Bacchus in its name. Bacharach took its name, so legend goes, from the Celtic word "Baccaracum" - meaning Baccarus' farm - or from the Latin word

01.01.1970

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

… community on the Mosel, in 1985 the biggest Roman wine press north of the Alpes was discovered. It was…

01.01.1970

Höhepunkte der Weinkultur Detailseite

… Vereinigte Hospitien in Trier. The origins of the wine cellar reach back to the year 330 when two big…