Frankfurt is known to be a city of many surprises. One of them is the depth of its viticultural history. Few are aware of the fact that the metropolis on the River Main has its own vineyard as well as a municipal winery. And as of January 23, 2017, it even has its own Wine Queen, Queen Marilen I, something that is entirely commonplace in the region’s wine villages. Not many German cities have their own vineyard. Technically speaking, Frankfurt’s 1.3-hectare vineyard – known as “Lohrberger Hang” – is actually part of the Rheingau, a region famous around the world for its fine Rieslings. Frankfurt is close enough for wine lovers to take advantage of its geographical proximity to the renowned German wine regions of Rheingau and Rheinhessen. Frankfurt is also known as an international city: Whether it’s Spanish Rioja, German Riesling or Portuguese Rosé, Frankfurt has the right wine for every taste.
Exhibitor: Frankfurt Convention Bureau