Rheingau is the starting point for your wine trip in Germany, You can combine it with Rheinhessen, Nahe, Middle Rhine and Mosel area on the other side of the Rhine and compare its terroir of Riesling, It's Amazing!
"Johannisberger Weinbau" traditionally the best Riesling vineyard in the area
Bucchus God Simbol
Walking & Relaxing
Vineyard Am Stein - Shell Limestone
View from Castle Cochem
Town of Ahrweiler
The "Pfalz" or known in English as the Rheinland-Palatinate are where you can find lots of many pretty small wine villages throughout the German Wine Route! Taste typical food "Saumagen"
Traditional Hotel for repeater, Deidesheimer Hof
You MUST taste these wines!
Travelling through the German Wine Route to Alsace Wine Route! You can visit small pretty towns with typical timber frame homes.
Beautiful hilly vineyards all over this area. Here you find a great variety of grape sorts.
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