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The Ruppertsberger Weinkeller Hoheburg was created through the merger of the winegrowers’ association (founded in 1911) and the Hoheburg cooperative (founded in 1917) in 1968. Further mergers and the expansion of the facility in Ruppertsberg made the cooperative company one of the most modern and best-equipped in Pfalz. The wine cellar is named after a medieval castle that stood on Ruppertsberg territory until the 14th century and was probably built on the foundation walls of a Roman fort where it is believed that two Roman roads crossed. One can only imagine Romans enjoying their time here subsiding on pork and Ruppertsberger Riesling!