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.
In the Rheingau, we learn that tapas and wine not only taste good in Spain. Experiencing wine with tapas and antipasti is what makes a trip to a wine region a pleasure. Olives, cheese, ham or shrimp - all are appetizers that go well with wine. Vegetables, sandwiches, dips and meat complement the wine well.
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.
From the Hotel Pfeffel in Dürnstein Wachau you have a view of the Danube and the hills that rise behind it. In addition to gourmet rooms, the hotel offers a spa with wellness and a pool on the roof with a view of the town and the Danube.
The Cape Town region is home to 5 of the most beautiful wineries in South Africa. The region north of Cape Town is one of the most breathtaking landscapes on the Cape. Here gentle hills alternate with mountain peaks, sandy beaches and the sea.
Experiencing the Wachau in autumn is an experience. On the south-facing slopes in the western part of the Wachau, the sun shines on stone terraces on which wine varieties such as Riesling, Grüner Veltliner and Neuburger Smaragd thrive. The vineyards change color. Winegrowers decorate their wine shops for autumn.
A Styria tour on the Schilcher Weinstrasse This time on our Styria tour we were on the road in three different regions: the volcanic country in the east around Riegersburg, the wine country along the border with Slovenia and in western Styria, where the Schilcher wine on the mountain slopes between Ligist and Eibis forest is growing. We take a day [...]
The Wachau in the Weinviertel is a destination for connoisseurs. It is the part of the Danube between Krems and Melk. There it dug 36 meters deep into the truncated mountain landscape of the Bohemian Massif over a distance of 700 kilometers. The Wachau separates the Dunkelsteinerwald in the south from the Waldviertel in the north. We can recommend these excursion destinations for connoisseurs along the Danube.
The Sausal is a wine region near Kitzeck in Styria. Discover vineyards that are spoiled by the sun. Lavender, from which all kinds of specialties are made. Pumpkin seed oil, which is typical of Styria. Views that take your breath away. The Sausal is a paradise for connoisseurs.
The Wunsum lavender factory is located on the Sausal Wine Route on a mountain ridge just outside of Kitzeck. We visited them on our pleasure trip along the Sausal Wine Route. On site we find a little paradise full of scents, tastes and wonderful views.