The Markgräflerland stretches from Staufen to Basel. Its name dates back to the times when the margraves of Baden ruled the land. It is a marvellous stretch of land that is characterised by vineyards, neat villages and small towns. Especially the remote streets of the tributary valleys offer a lot to be discovered: the perennial nursery of the Countess of Zeppelin in Laufen near Sulzburg, for example. It is world famous for its range of Iris, Taglia and Peony. For further information check:www.graefin-v-zeppelin.com.
The Markgräflerland is Germany's largest wine growing district for „Gutedel“. The grape variety is known in France and Switzerland as „Chasselas“. Of course we serve this light and tasty wine in our restaurant...