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Kirchenstueck

… its medieval wall): Luther (gourmet restaurant [* Michelin] and country inn with 23 rooms); Alt Freinsheim…

Heerkretz

… Metzler operate two eateries here – a first-class (1 Michelin star) restaurant and an upscale Weinstube. The…

Statistik 2011 2012

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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

Moenchberg

German Wines Have Exclusivity in World Cup StadiumsIt’s too soon to tell whether the German national soccer team willl reach the finals in the forthcoming World Cup games – but hopes are high.

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Sonnenberg

...and the FutureUntil the 1980s, the Südliche Weinstrasse  (Southern Wine Road, from Neustadt to the French border) was often associated with quantity rather than quality, and the

Drachenfels

The vineyard area today is but a fraction of its medieval size. Vineyard consolidation in the 1970s helped improve efficiency, yet vineyard maintenance and harvesting still require a great deal of

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.