Seværdigheder i vinregionerne

Turisme

Nahe

The Ruins of the Monastery of Disibodenberg

This hill has become famous for the prophetress Hildegard von Bingen, but the Disibodenberg in Odernheim on the Nahe river also has an ages old history of viticulture. Traces on the southern slope point to Roman grapevines that once grew on the Disibodenberg. read more
Nahe

Weinbaudomäne Niederhausen-Schloßböckelheim

This hill has become famous for the prophetress Hildegard von Bingen, but the Disibodenberg in Odernheim on the Nahe river also has an ages old history of viticulture. Traces on the southern slope point to Roman grapevines that once grew on the Disibodenberg. read more
Saale-Unstrut

A Picture Book made of Stone

Once, in the time of Rokoko, written or painted album pages that were devoted to wine or chase were the big fashion of the time. Right outside the city walls of Naumburg, in the valley of blossoms near the city part of Großjena, there can be found what is likely to be the most unusual album ever made. read more
Saale-Unstrut

Rotkäppchen's Champagne Cellars

This is where the sparkling wine with the red cap comes from: the Rotkäppchen Champagne, a true landmark of German viticultural history. On September 26th in 1856, the brothers Moritz and Julius Kloss together with their friend Carl Foerster founded the wine shop Kloss & Foerster in the city of Freyburg on the Unstrut river. read more
Saale-Unstrut

The Vineyard Cottages of Saale-Unstrut

They are the landmark of the wine making region of Saale-Unstrut: the vineyard cottages. In no other region of Germany, there is such an amassment of these little cottages, huts and sometimes even villas that used to serve as shelters for the laborers in the vineyards. read more
Sachsen

Hoflößnitz

This can truly be called the cradle of Saxon viticulture: Here, on the estate Hoflößnitz, the Saxon electors partied during the wine harvest, here, the Saxon Club was invented - and here, a history of 600 years of viticultural tradition is at home.                    read more
Sachsen

Staatsweingut Schloss Wackerbarth

Noblesse oblige – that has always been the motto on Castle Wackerbarth in Saxony. It stands for the way of life during the time of the castle's builder, field marshal and count palatine Christoph August von Wackerbarth. read more
Württemberg

Kessler at Esslingen

This champagne's godfather was none other than the most famous brand Veuve Cliquot: On July 1st, 1826, Georg Christian von Kessler founded the first champagne manufactory of Germany in Esslingen on the Neckar river. read more
Württemberg

Pfedelbach

In this scenery, wine presses mark the wanderer's routes, quite literally: Between Öhringen and Pfedelbach, there were once eight wine presses situated along the road. Their names were such as Pfaffenkelter, the priest's press, Meisenkelter, the tit's press, or Wacholderkelter, the juniper's press - most of them have vanished today. Stones from the presses, however, still mark their spots – and a Wine Press Path reminds of the old locations. read more
Württemberg

Weinkellerei Kern

Ein moderner Kubus, komplett mit Lärchenholz verkleidet, zieht im Remstal seit 2012 die Blicke auf sich: der Neubau des Weinguts Kern im württembergischen Kernen-Rommelshausen. read more