(ffm) The successor of the first Frankfurt Wine Queen Marilen Maul is the 22-year-old student Greta Brodrück, who is studying international wine business at Geisenheim University. She was crowned by her predecessor on Tuesday, December 18, at the wine estate of the city of Frankfurt am Main, which is also acting as a sponsoring wine estate. "For me, it is an honor to be able to do my part to represent Frankfurt and our great wine region from all its sides", Greta said during her inaugural speech. With heart and soul and passion, she wants to bring the original winemaking back into focus, she said.
In the next few years, the Bornheim native will participate in fairs and appear at festivals together with her counterparts from the Rheingau. "The Rheingau is one of the most beautiful and diverse regions in Germany. Our Lohrberg, with its sun-ripened Riesling wine, connects the bustling Main metropolis with the idyllic region steeped in history," said Lord Mayor Peter Feldmann. Thomas Feda, managing director of the Tourismus+Congress GmbH (TCF), affirmed: "The wine queens appear as ambassadors to promote and inspire our wine and our region far beyond the borders. Their competent appearances are welcome."
Both thanked Marilen Maul, who had exercised her office with much joy and commitment during the past two years. At the same time, they wished Greta much success