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Sparkling pleasure in the Rotkäppchen Sektkellerei


Since 1856 the traditional Rotkäppchen Sektkellerei has stood for the highest quality and perfect sparkling wine enjoyment. With much experience and love, sparkling wines and wines of the best quality are created. The product portfolio includes the diverse traditional range, the elegant bottle fermentation, the fruity wine mix drink Fruchtsecco, quality wines and Rotkäppchen Alkoholfrei.

The Rotkäppchen Sektkellerei in Freyburg an der Unstrut has continuously developed into a visitor magnet for champagne lovers and connoisseurs of the traditional Rotkäppchen Sekt.

Everything you always wanted to know about sparkling wine, you can find out on a guided tour through Germany's oldest sparkling wine cellar directly on site and of course you can also taste it. The various cellar tours are offered for individuals as well as for groups.

From a tour of the winery with a glass of sparkling wine to an entertaining guided tour followed by a sparkling wine tasting, at Rotkäppchen almost anything is possible.

At Rotkäppchen's house you can visit a - in the truest sense of the word - great sight of Freyburg, the largest wooden cuvée barrel in Germany. The giant barrel was built in 1896 from 25 oaks. It has a capacity of 120,000 litres and is decorated with elaborate carvings.

Little Red Riding Hood has also become an integral part of social life in and around Freyburg. With its atrium, one of the oldest listed industrial halls in Germany, the Sektkellerei has an extraordinary venue for its own series of events - Sektival.

Of course, in Freyburg, the Rotkäppchen Sektkellerei also sells sparkling wine. In the lovingly sorted sparkling wine shop of Rotkäppchen Sektkellerei, visitors can find all varieties of the famous sparkling wine - and much more. Because those who are also looking for a suitable gift for stylish sparkling wine enjoyment will find everything a connoisseur's heart desires here.

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