26 Rheingau Vinotheques were visited, tested and awarded. Now they are presented in the new magazine "Vinothekenführer Rheingau". 26 Vinotheques as they could not be more different and yet with the same claim to offer its visitors quality.
In the guide, venerable wineries behind historic castle and monastery walls are presented as well as young winemakers who inspire with courage, inventiveness and ambitious goals. The smallest vinotheque is represented as well as the oldest winery in Germany.
The Rheingau Vinotheque Guide offers its readers a promise of quality with fixed opening hours, trained staff, high-quality wines and Rheingau information. Tasting is expressly encouraged. Those who would like to enjoy an extended series of samples of various wines can taste them at their leisure in the inviting ambience for a small fee. Hospitality and informal wine enjoyment are the focus here.
The guide is free of charge and available at all participating vintners as well as the Rheingau tourist information offices. All information has also been translated into English.
From Hochheim am Main to Lorch am Rhein, the excellent vinotheques enrich the Rheingau wine-growing region. The vinotheque guide accompanies readers on their short journey to the unique cultural land of the Rheingau and offers visitors to the region options for different requirements. An overview map helps with orientation. In addition to tasting and buying wines, many vinotheques allow visitors to make themselves comfortable in the adjoining estate taverns and enjoy the wine with regional food.
It's all worth a visit, whether you're passing through, looking for a short vinophile break, wine shopping beckons or an extended wine tasting alone or with friends calls.
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