Wein Heimat 21.0.9 APK for Android 4.4+

Wein Heimat 21.0.9 APK for Android 4.4+

The Wine Home - AppIn the app, which is based on the Wein Heimat magazine, those interested in wine are given varied and up-to-date information about trends in Württemberg wine. Readers are offered i

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Version 21.0.9
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Wein Heimat 21.0.9 APK for Android 4.4+ is the most famous version in the Wein Heimat 21.0.9 APK for Android 4.4+ series of publisher Intervinum AG
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The Wine Home – App

In the app, which is based on the Wein Heimat magazine, those interested in wine are given varied and up-to-date information about trends in Württemberg wine. Readers are offered interesting stories from the wine region, tastings, recipes, event tips and videos all about the modern wine lifestyle.

The wine home of Württemberg creates enjoyment. For generations. And welcomes you to Germany’s strongest red wine region.

The wine home of Württemberg
Weinheimat Württemberg is an association of family-run wineries that live by quality and guarantee sustainability. The connoisseur will find a unique variety of wines here with a clear focus on red wines.
Germany’s fourth-largest wine-growing region, Württemberg, stretches from the Tauber to the edge of the Swabian Alb. There are 11,300 hectares of vines on planted vineyards in 17 major and 210 individual locations.

Red wine predominates: with almost 70%, Trollinger, Lemberger and co. clearly in the majority and make Württemberg the region with the largest absolute red wine production in Germany. 8,500 families work here with great commitment, the almost 7,700 organized cooperatives ensure around 70% of the total volume of wine produced in Württemberg. What doesn’t make their work any easier: Around 800 hectares of the vineyards are located on terraced steep slopes.

Winegrowing and nature conservation: hand in hand
The vintners also protect the landscape and nature here: Animal species such as the wall lizard or the smooth snake find a home in the dry stone walls that protect the steep slopes from erosion. There are also numerous sun-loving plant species.

Most of the Württemberg winegrowers only have relatively small plots, which they often only cultivate as a sideline. The average farm size is just one hectare.

Varieties are very important
The most common type of red wine is the Swabian specialty Trollinger, which can be made into a lighter wine with a low alcohol content if it is skilfully aged and, unusually for a red wine, also tastes great chilled. In addition, Lemberger, Schwarzriesling, Spätburgunder and Samtrot are other flagship varieties of Württemberg. The most common white plants are Riesling, Müller-Thurgau, Silvaner, Pinot Gris and Traminer. In addition, Württemberg breeds such as Kerner and Dornfelder should be mentioned. But it is not for nothing that the Württemberg inventive spirit is spoken of everywhere: The “new” Weinsberg red wine varieties Acolon, Cabernet Dorio, Cabernet Mitos and Cabernet Dorsa are also cultivated.

Neckar, Rems, Enz and Kocher Home of great wines
Württemberg can be roughly divided into seven regions, some of which are very different in terms of their geological and climatic conditions.

Kocher, Jagst, Tauber and the Hohenlohe region in the north are predestined for the cultivation of white wines, especially Riesling. In the Weinsberger Tal, the vineyards with Trollinger and also Riesling show the typical structure of a layered landscape. All soil types occurring in Württemberg can be found on the lower Neckar. On the Keuperboden on the Heuchelberg and in the Stromberg, varieties such as Lemberger and red Burgundy are traditionally predominant. With its rounded foothills on the edge of the Keuper level, the Bottwartal looks almost Mediterranean. In the central Neckar valley between Lauffen and Mundelsheim, on steep shell limestone terraces, red wines such as black Riesling feel at home. In the Rems Valley and in Stuttgart, there is a wide variety of soils and landscape forms, especially steep slopes along the Neckar.

Wein Heimat blog for interested wine lovers

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