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Assmannshausen, on the hills back of which is grown the famous red wine of that name.
Mouse Tower, where the cruel Bishop Hatto was eaten up by rats, under the shattered Castle of Ehrenfels, round the bend to the little village of Assmannshausen, on the hills back of which is grown the famous red wine of that name.
Assmannshausen, dominated by the Niederwald, and yielding the finest red wine in all Germany.
Rheingau -- Johannisberger, Steinberger, Rudesheimer, Rauenthaler, and the like; the red growths of Assmannshausen and Walporzheim; Deidesheimers, with rare bouquets and of tender tonical flavour; Liebfrauenmilch, of flowery perfume; the finest Moselles from Josefshof and Scharzhofberg,
Die Nacht Des Feuerzaubers, and it took place alongside the picturesque and ancient towns of Trechtingshausen, Bingen, Rueddesheim, and Assmannshausen, on the upper middle Rhein valley, not far from Frankfurt and an area of Germany settled in or conquered by, amongst others, originally the Celts and later the Romans.
Then there is a barrel or two of the red wine of Assmannshausen. "