Culinary Hessen

Culinary Hessen

Starting from famous Hessian applewine („Äppler“) from the Rhine-Main region via diverse kinds of Riesling wines from the Rheingau region right through to traditional brewed beer from the Odenwald region, not forgetting the delicious sparkling wine from the Main-Taunus district. All Hessian destinations offer culinary diversity for everyone. If you are open towards new taste adventures and are ready to discover Hessian`s culinary treasures you may find useful information on this site for your travel planning.

Apple Wine

Apple Wine - the local speciality

Few things are more traditional in Frankfurt than the Apfelwein (apple wine, known as Ebbelwei or Äppler), and it is a must-try if you are visiting the city. Traditionally, apple wine is served in a blue-grey […]

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Beer - a real taste of Germany!

Frankfurt is known to be the great city of superlatives and contrasts. It is in this multifaceted city that the Binding brewery can be found. The large assortment of draft beer ensures that you can find […]

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Sparkling Wine

Sparkling Wine - for sweet moments!

The noble “Fürst von Metternich” is created from the noblest Riesling and has its origin at the Johannisberg Castle in Rheingau. Here, you’ll have the chance to live like royalty; not only will […]

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Wine - a taste of tradition

One of the oldest and most valued treasures of the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region is the thriving wine culture. The vineyards of the region are planted with white-wine grapes like the Riesling (considered […]

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