A Besen (broom) is a kind of pop-up tasting restaurant in wine regions that are only open for a limited time after the harvest. Besen 66 is a little nicer than most. You go down into a vaulted cellar with nice furniture, chandeliers, lots of candles and open fireplaces. The friendly team who works with the owners Milan Benadik and Sonja Marohn will serve you Swabian classics such as fresh home-made Maultaschen(similar to ravioli), sausage salad or tarte flambée, a kind of onion pizza. The wine list features the prize winining traditional Trollinger or Riesling from the nearby Remstal. Wine connoisseurs can also try creative mixes such as Cuvée 66 or other varieties like Secco, Trollinger Weissherbst, Accalon or Merlot Barrique.