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Wine From Bavaria

Bavaria, known more for its beer, but has also a unique wine region: Franconia. On more than 6000 hectares, wines are grown all quality levels. But famous Franconian wine was mainly by the unmistakable Bocksbeutel bottle. Main growing area is Unterfranken, especially on the slopes of Main, Wern and Franconian Saale. Somewhat smaller are the regions of Middle, which are located mainly along Steigerwald and the Swiss franc amount. Also in Upper Franconia little wine is grown.

They are predominantly white wines, which are in francs and removed. The somewhat modest red wine producing area and lies between Burgstadt Grosswallstadt. On the red sandstone soil to build the wine mainly Pinot Noir and Pinot Madeleine high quality. At Thredup you will find additional information. The wine experts evaluate the positions on Centgrafenberg in Burgstadt and Klingenberg am Schlossberg highest. The fact that the wines grown here can compete with the best Burgundies shows the Frank-flyer among the tenants of Prince Paul Weingut Rudolf Furst.

He was elected as the first Franconian wine from the Gault Millau in 2003, the winemaker of the year. The best wine-growing on the prince Centgrafenberg in pure southern exposure with red sandstone, but also weathered soils, which are the ideal base the preconditions for Pinot Noir and Riesling grapes. The variety of its wines are impressive: dry franc wines, late harvest dry, white Burgundy and red wines, which grow in the oak barrel, and more. And a winery has a great reputation with its wines: from Hans Wirsching Iphofen. Grown since 1630, the family has lived for the wine of Iphofer mainly in the top layers of Julius-Echter-Berg, veal and Kronsberg. One sets the quality to reduced yields and a natural wine. An exceptional microclimate at the foot of the mountain guarantee Iphofer swan with its mineral-rich Keuper soils very rich, fruity, very best wines. Frankisch dry, so durchgegorene Silvaner, Riesling and modern fruity Muller-Thurgau wines, but also Pinot Blanc and velvety and fruity red wines from Pinot Noir and Portuguese wines are the absolute top class. And Pope John Paul II has been drinking.


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