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26.03.2014

ProWein 2014: DWI zieht positive Bilanz

Während der diesjährigen internationalen Fachmesse ProWein präsentierte das Deutsche Weininstitut DWI in Düsseldorf neben einer breiten Kollektion regionaltypischer Rotweine auch Jungwinzer der

01.01.1970

The “Wine Island” of Reichenau: Germany’s Southernmost Vineyards

Germany's southernmost vineyards are cultivated on Reichenau, an island in the Bodensee, or Lake Constance. Today, Reichenau is better known as the "vegetable island", but it wasn’t always

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

The largest contiguous vineyard area of the Mittelrhein lies within Rhine wine country's largest loop: Bopparder Hamm, a vine-clad district of the town of Boppard on the Rhine. The name probably

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 City of Art Nouveau, Traben-Trarbach: Where once the Wine Trade bloomed

… Traben-Trarbach. Around the year 1900, the small city in the middle of the Mosel valley was the most important wine trading city of the world – with the exception of French Bordeaux.

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

Wine City of Deidesheim: The Cradle of German Quality Wines

In this city, the first wine of high quality range was made within the region of Palatinate and this city shaped German wine politics to a large extent: there's hardly any other city in Germany which

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

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