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Wormser Liebfrauenstift church piece

Historical single vineyard in the city of Worms (Wonnegau area) in the German wine-growing region of Rheinhessen. The famous vineyard was once part of the ecclesiastical property of the Capuchin monastery Liebfrauen-Stiftskirche, which gave it its name. In the course of Napoleonic secularisation, the vineyards were bought by wine merchant Peter Joseph Valckenberg (1764-1837) in 1808 and are still partly owned by his descendants and owners of the Liebfrauenstift winery. From the historic part with nine hectares of vineyards came the famous wine Liebfrauenmilch, originally produced only from here. The wine from the core...

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