It is not always possible to buy wines directly from the winemaker. If we want to buy wine in Rheinhessen, for example, we have to rely on tips from others. What makes Rheinhessenwein so special? What do you have to look out for when buying?
Wine festivals offer a perfect opportunity to experience the wines and the way of life in the world's wine regions. This also includes the Volkacher Wine Festival. Find out more about the Volkach Wine Festival, which officially opens the grape harvest in the region.
Snacks whet your appetite, right? If you go on holiday in Austria's wine-growing regions, these are an essential part of it. My mouth is watering every time I see the wooden boards, slates or porcelain plates and plates.
We discovered three Luxembourg sights where you can enjoy life in Luxembourg on our drive through the country. What could be better than good food, wine and a romantic river like the Moselle to enjoy life?
Five wine locations in Franconia for a wine weekend in Franconia? When the winegrowers harvest their grapes in autumn, it becomes exciting in the wine regions. How was the summer How much sun did the grapes get? How will the new year be? Then you celebrate the start of the wine harvest on the Main.
Wine in Newfoundland is nothing new, as the island is possibly the much sought-after Vinland - that is, wine country - of the Vikings. One thing is certain, however: Newfoundland wines were certainly never the neat rows of vines we know from other areas of Canada
Discover Slovenia travel destinations for wine lovers with us. We experience Malvasia wine and more Slovenian wines in the Vipava Valley Slovenia. Green hilly landscapes invite you to go on excursions. Winemakers open their cellars to wine lovers. Wine routes attract with landscapes and restaurants.
The South Styrian Wine Route always winds along the ridge of the chain of hills, the slopes of which drop steeply down into the valley. Many of the wineries are on the hilltop. Others nestle close to the mountain slopes. Some lie over the valley like an eagle's nest.
Winemakers definitely attach great importance to beautiful architecture in the winery. This allows you to present your wines in a special way. In the Hirn winery in Untereisenheim am Main, the owner of the winery took an unusual approach.
Directly behind the town of Ipsheim in Franconia, the Ipsheim vineyards rise below Hoheneck Castle, on whose clay soils Franconian wines that taste fine and aromatic grow. A country road winds up the mountain between the plots of the vintners, on which we walk through the vineyards undisturbed by car traffic.