We did the Freinsheim Kulinarische Weinwanderung again this year. And again our pal Snooker joined us for good wine, good food, and especially good company. This year was a little trickier than most with regard to accommodations. Seasonal demand in the area is always high, so we plan far in advance. But this year, our Ferienwohung host bailed on us with rather short notice, and we had to hunt for a place to stay months later than normal.
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Time for a short break to the other corner of the country, to a similar-sounding place that sort of used to be Bavarian outside of Bavaria. The Heidelberger first convinced us to come try the Kulinarische Weinwanderung in Freinsheim with them in This year, the Heidelberger are more accurately described as Birminghammer and pal Snooker trained it down from Berlin.
We picked her up in Mannheim on the way to a Ferienwohnung within walking distance of the town of Freinsheim: about 5 kilometers, one way. In retrospect: we probably should have taken a taxi in both directions. Freinsheim is a cute little town. Once inside the gate, we could already see the streams of people following signs to the start of the Weinwanderung.
From there, it was 7 kilometers of gastro-pilgrimage, and though we got started relatively early, arriving in Freinsheim on foot around noon, about 30 minutes after the Weinwanderung officially opened up for the day, the stream of visitors was already in full force. Like on our last visit, there was a surprising variety of food on offer: everything from typical Germany-wide Fest fare think Bratwurstsemmeln to regional specialities Saumagen to gourmet-on-the-way stuff exotic soups and seafood.
Most fruit wines are too sweet, but this is lovely — fruity as can be, but light. Fun, envious, nice pix and summary. Almost like being there. We would love to do this sometime. We got an invitation from pals in two different corners of Germany to meet up in a third corner to explore and enjoy. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
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