Along our walk back to the apartment we came across a few wine shops selling their wares. They are small places that only sell their own products so not like a typical wine shop.
Our first one I only took a photo through the door but we tried 3 wines and bought a bottle of Kernel Spatlese 2014 for about 7 euro. The winery was called schlossbergkeller.
Our next shop was closer to the main town and was a lot more commercial in nature with lots of products to sell including lots of liquors and spirits in glass jars. Quite expensive prices as they sell it by the 100ml.
We tried 3 wines and then I asked about their ICE wines which are quite expensive 30-50 euro per 1/2 bottle.
A tasting was 2 euro 50 cents for these wines and it was per little (very little) glass.
Since it was costing 2 and 1/2 euro per glass I said I would like the most expensive one since they cost the same.
The guy poured it and it was corked - how terrible - the bottle was 1/2 empty and they had been selling tasting and they never tried it.
He opened another bottle and this was good, not corked but he still charged me for the tasting - he should have given it to me for free.
The wine was stunning but I am not going to pay 50 euro for it.
We did buy a cheaper wine at 8 euro 80 cents - 2014 Riesling Grauschiefe - 9%. It was from Walter J Oster - http://www.weingutoster.de/eng/home