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Vineyard - Kloster Eberbach

    https://kloster-eberbach.de/en/vineyard/
    Welcome at the vineyard of the former cistercian abbey! The vineyard of the Eberbach Monastery, the latter of which was founded in 1136 by St. Bernhard of Clairvaux (Burgundy) has, through its tireless pursuit of quality, made wine history. This centuries-old tradition has led the Eberbach Monastery to become the largest German estate, a tradition carried on after the monastery‘s secularization in 1803 …

The Monastery of Eberbach: Where the Monks made the Wine

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    The Monastery of Eberbach soon grew to be one of the biggest and most important cloisters in Germany, also thanks to its wine. The grape variety Pinot Noir, imported from Burgundy, became the first successful wine export from the Rheingau: the monks …

Wines Vidal Icewines VQA Wines - Monastery Cellars

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    Monastery Cellars focuses on small lot vintages of premium VQA wines with the first vintage of wines from the on-site vineyard planted in 2012. Planting predominantly includes Vidal grapes, perfectly suited for the production of world renowned Icewines. The first recorded Icewine harvest dates back to 1794 in Franconia, Germany, when local monks were faced with winter much earlier than expected.

Eberbach Abbey Wine Tour The Travel Pages

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    It’s in the heart of the Rheingau wine-growing region, a small but select area which produces some of the best wines – especially Rieslings – in Germany. At the Abbey’s height they managed 300 hectares of vineyards, the largest in medieval Europe, and even today at 200 hectares theirs is the largest single wine-producing area in Germany.

Kloster Eberbach, a German wine producer that is getting ...

    https://www.bkwine.com/features/wine-producer-profiles/kloster-eberbach-german-wine-producer-getting-better/
    Kloster Eberbach has its historical origins in the extensive Cistercian monastical wine operations along the Rhine, which was centred in the Eberbach monastery. The monastery was founded in 1136 and is located above Hattenheim in the Rheingau. …

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