May 2nd, 10.00am
On behalf of The American International Women’s Club (AIWC) AGBC-Frankfurt is extending an invitation to attend their "All Club Coffee" morning where the Vice Consul of the U.S. Consulate will make a short presentation and answer questions to assist with voter registration for the November mid term elections.
The event is to be held at the Café Hauptwache, An der Hauptwache 15, 60313 Frankfurt am Main on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 from 10 – 12 noon
All eligible voters are welcome. No prior registration is required.
"Great wines don’t happen by chance” according to Schloss Johannisberg. "They are the result of an ideal interplay of soil, grape variety and climate.”
According to the AGBC, “Great events don’t happen by chance either. They are the result of an ideal interplay of location and extraordinary food, drink and companionship.”
AGBC-Frankfurt is hosting an Asparagus “Spargel” Luncheon at Schloss Johanissberg on Saturday, 26 May, beginning at noon. Schloss Johanissberg, sitting on top of Bishop’s Hill in the Rheingao and overlooking the Rhein River, is the oldest Riesling vineyard in the world and an ideal location for enjoying “Das Koenigsgemuese” (the royal vegetable).
A chartered bus will depart the new AGBC headquarters located at the Tech Quartier, Platz de Republic 2 in Frankfurt at 10:30am on the day. The fortunate group of food, wine & palace aficionados will dine on the royal vegetable, Riesling wine and other delicates until 14:30; and then board a bus to Schloss Rheinardshausen, a brief 20 minute drive.
The group will have a private tour of Schloss Rheinhartshausen and learn about its 680 years of experience cultivating grapes and producing exceptional wines.
The bus will depart Schloss Rheinhartshausen at approximately 18:00 and drive back the AGBC office in Frankfurt, arriving at approximately 19:00.
Space generally fills quickly for this event, so make sure to put a date claimer in your diary now!
Further details and booking options are to be published shortly!
For more information on Schloss Johannisberg and Schloss Rheinhartshausen the website details are: