During the VR-Experience of the Deutsches Weininstitut (DWI, or German Wine Institute) the audience experiences a German winemaker couple at work. Thanks to 360-degree-view and 3-D-sound (German/English) the viewer will be close to the action – in the vineyard, on a tractor ride, at the winery and in the wine cellar. You will learn many interesting facts about German wine: from the basics of wine making and different grape varieties up to the diverse work in the vineyard throughout the year. An experience which takes the audience into the world of German winemakers and their vineyards.
Among the excellent white wines from Baden is the “Klingelber- ger”. This is simply a Riesling known by that name in the Ortenau. The name stems from the Klingelberg vineyard, part of the Schlossberg at Durbach where Margrave Carl Friedrich of Baden, master of the Staufenberg Castle winery, had Riesling planted in 1782. The fact that this vineyard was first planted with only a single variety, was an innovation at that time. More information about the German wine region of Baden at: www.sonnenmaennchen.deKategorie: English
The town of Hoch- heim am Main is also located in the Rheingau region. This wine town with its famous wines is the origin of the term “Hock” for Rhine wine which is still used in Eng- land today. The term probably became popular after Queen Victoria visited Hochheim in 1845. Due to the good taste of the Hochheim wines and the benefits to health attributed to them the phrase “a good Hock keeps off the doc!” had established itself rather quickly. Even a century ago wines from the Rheingau were among the most ex- pensive on wine lists throughout the world, and especially in England. More information about the German wine region of Rheingau at: www.rheingauer-wbv.deKategorie: English