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Württemberg

Werbegemeinschaft Württembergischer Weingärtnergenossenschaften eGRaiffeisenstraße 6 71696 MöglingenTel: +49 7141 24 46 0 Fax: +49 7141 24 46 20www.wwg.de info@wwg.de Overblik…

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Johannisberg -– Famous Name in the Rheingau...and in the Nahe Region This month’s famous vineyard site is located in the heart of the Nahe wine-growing region, in Wallhausen, a thousand-year-old…

Heerkretz

Eckelsheim: Weingasthaus im Kulturhof. Carola and Axel Greiner extend a warm welcome and serve creative, seasonal dishes with a Mediterranean accent –or– simply stop in for a glass of local wine…

Idig

Rebstöckel/Weinstube Schönhof. Weinstrasse 600, Neustadt-Diedesfeld. Typical wine pub at Weingut Schönhof. Regional specialties and estate’s wines. One guest room and four holiday apartments.…

Johannisberg

Changing Fate in the Wallhäuser Johannisberg SiteAlthough Johanisberg has long been recognized as a top site in the Nahe wine-growing region, it has suffered the fate of many a steep,…

Kastanienbusch

Kastanienbusch, recorded in 1803 as “Im Kästenbusch” and in 1836 as “Kästen-Busch,” is about 80 ha/nearly 200 acres in size. It has a south-southeastern exposure and lies in a natural hollow at the…

Elisabethenberg and Olgaberg

Twiel – the RockThe not unlike their weathered slate counterparts (e.g. Ahr, Mosel and Mittelrhein valleys) in terms of their ability to quickly absorb heat during the day and gently release it…

Gaens

Not for nothing is the 4th-century missionary St. Lubentius, whose Latin name means the willing, the namesake of a wine estate that has been willing to go to these efforts since 1994,…

Koenig Johann Berg

This month’s famous site – König Johann Berg (literally, King John’s Hill) – is an example of an abandoned vineyard that is in the process of being reborn. It is situated south of Saarburg, on a…

Homburger Kallmuth

Origins and OwnersThe name Kallmuth derives from the Celtic “calemont” – “kahler Berg” or “barren hill.” It is assumed that it was first planted with vines by Benedictine monks in the 9th century.…