The Riesling Road Trip continues through the Arizona desert and western Texas, with stops in Phoenix, Marfa and Austin, TX. We're half way there; see where we stop next as we head east!
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The Nahe also has a wine route – like almost every region. But the Nahe vintners are working to- gether with the German Gemstone Route, after all, the German gemstone stronghold Idar-Oberstein is not far away. Every year a special wine edition in a special decorative bottle is put on the market. It is called “Edelschliff” (noble cut). Every bottle is furnished with a precious stone – in 2010, it was an epi- dote, and inside the bottle is a liquid gem: a selected wine from the Nahe! More information about the German wine region of Nahe at: www.weinland-nahe.deKategorie: English
The Deutsche Weinstraße goes through many typical wine villages with timber- framed houses where vines are growing across the road. Once a year, on the last Sunday in August, on an event-filled day the entire German Wine Road is re- served for pedestrians and cyclists: an 80 kilometre long wine festival with more than 300,000 cyclists, walkers and skaters! More information about the German wine region of Pfalz at: www.pfalzwein.deKategorie: English