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Nurnberger Strasse 129, Wurzburg, Bavaria, 97076, Germany
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Wine tasting, not in a tour group??

by squidly2

I am hoping to do some winetasting in Wurzburg. (I'll be there on a Wednesday in June.) I am especially interested in the cellers at Residenz, but anywhere would be nice, I'm sure. The websites I've seen only seem to offer tastings to tour groups.
Are there wine tastings open to the general public at Residenz? Anywhere else?
(And if there's more than one, which costs less??)

;) Danke!

RE: RE: Wine tasting, not in a tour group??

by laughing_lioness

Actually it seems that most of the places are offering winetasting for groups only ... The only one I know is Julius Spital (www.juliusspital.de) in Wuerzburg but according to their website winetasting for individual visitors is only on Fridays (incl. 1 glass of wine) or Saturdays (3 glasses of wine.

I don't know how much time you'll be having but there's a really cute wine village about 30 kilometers away from Wuerzburg called Sommerach. There are loads of nice restaurants - most of them have their own vineyards - and maybe they offer a small winetasting within the restaurant. The website www.Sommerach.de is only in German but you can find some restaurants with email addresses here: http://www.sommerach.de/gaststaetten.htm

Hope you can work something out. I am sure you will enjoy Wuerzburg with or without winetasting. It's a really nice place.

Sorry I can't really help you ... although I don't live very far away from Wuerzburg I have just realized that I don't know that much about it ...

RE: RE: Wine tasting, not in a tour group??

by squidly2

Thanks, that's helpful!

Travel Tips for Würzburg

Beautiful Residenz

by Henkster

The Residenz in Würzburg is one of Germany's most impressive palaces. Surrounded by a beautiful garden. Something you may not expect in a small town like Würzburg, but this palace can keep up with the big ones in Europe.
The highlight of any visit to this town.

Kreuzgang St.Kilian / the cloisters of St.Kilian

by globetrott

The Kreuzgang of the St.Kilian-Dom is worth seeing as well - you can enter it through one of the doors inside the church and then you can take a walk along beautifully decorated tomb-stones, mainly of the baroque times. It was an honor to be burried there so close to the church, in many cases this priviledge was given to noble people who were able to give high donations to the monastery...
No entrance-fee or other restrictions : you may enter and walk around as long as the church is open !

great restaurant at Marienberg

by globetrott about Burggaststätte

Burggaststätte is a great,traditional restaurant in the central innercourt of Marienberg castle, opposite of the Brunnenhaus and Marienkirche.It is nice to sit outside on the terrace but maybe even better to sit inside and enjoy the special atmosphere of the old halls with arches and vaults. I just had a glass of local wine : Frankenwein is world-famous and a must when in Wuerzburg. Mostly it is served in a "Bocksbeutel" a special kind of bottle, that you will find only in Franken !

Fortress Marienburg

by aukahkay

The Fortress Marienberg is the castle on a hill across the Old Main Bridge, overlooking the whole town area as well as the surrounding hills. Würzburg's Old Main Bridge was built 1473–1543 to replace the destroyed Romanesque bridge. It was adorned with well-known statues of saints about 1730. Superficially, the Old Main Bridge and the Fortress in the background reminded me of the Charles Bridge and the Prague Castle.

Court Garden

by Polly74

This garden includes the Baroque bastions, decorated with numerous sculptures, famous putties by P. Wagner, magnificent wrought-iron gates by Oegg in richest Rococo-style.
Open daily until dusk, admission free.

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