Since 1976 every year the Bülle Festival has taken place on the first Sunday in October on the peninsula Höri (Lake Constance). It is always located in a different district of the parish Moos. This year it took place on October 2nd in Bankholzen.
The viticulture exhibit of the Regional Museum in Mikulov consists of four parts. First is the chateau cellar with its European rarity – a giant wine barrel dating from 1643. The second is a non-traditional installation entitled “Traditional Viticulture in Moravia”, the third is a gallery of historic wine pres [...]
The only museum of the wine on the Balkan Peninsula is situated in the town of Pleven. It is located in the picturesque park Kaylaka opposite to the Totlebenov Val dam.
The helper and supporters of the Conference and Danube-Breakfast met on 6th of October 2016 in Ulm in the Olgastreet 109. They were all impressed by these two events, who took place in July and want to continue the established contacts.
On 8th of July 2016 the international conference “Tastes of Danube, Let’s taste it” took place in Ulm, Germany.
Once upon a time … in 1998 three befriended married couples and their friend Jürgen decided to look into whether the word wine in the name of the town Weinstetten and the grapes in the coat of arms can really be traced back to viticulture in the area.
Strolling through Ulm today you will see many pleasant things but one thing you won’t see are vineyards. Is that because of the climate or unsuitable soil? We know from the archives, however, that wine was cultivated in Ulm, possibly in the 9th century in Carolingian times.
Our partners from Budapest presented their activities within the project “Tastes of Danube” at the international conference “Tastes of Danube. Let’s taste it”, which took place in Ulm on 8th of July 2016.