Last week the first Frankfurt wine queen was crowned. The student Marilen Maul takes over the new office and was crowned by the Rheingau wine queen Stephanie Kopietz in Frankfurt's Römer.
„We are pleased to welcome Marilen to the circle of local wine majesties, congratulates Stephanie Kopietz. “It is a great opportunity to bring the excellent Rheingau wines closer to the people of Frankfurt.“ the Rheingau Wine Queen continues.
1.3 ha of vineyards are cultivated in Frankfurt, which belong to the Rheingau wine region. They grow on the Lohrberg slope, which offers a beautiful view of the metropolis.
„We are pleased that the city of Frankfurt feels close to the Rheingau and have gladly supported the wish for its own wine majesty, according to Peter Seyffardt, President of the Rheingauer Weinbauverbandes.
Photo v.r.n.l.: Thomas Feda, Tourismus+Cogress GmbH; Rheingau Wine Queen Stephanie Kopietz; Lord Mayor Peter Feldmann; Frankfurt Wine Queen Marilen Maul; Vice President of the Rheingau Wine Association Bernhard Gaubatz; Geisenheim Wine Queen Alexandra Unger; Cider Queen Katharina Farr