Wine Country Germany
The wine regions of Germany offer a cascade of luscious green hillsides and winding rivers, which make this cool winegrowing country a delight to explore. Many areas boast steeply sloped vineyards along the riverbanks with dramatic views and ample wine region pursuits.
Come and join the wine trail of Germany to discover the dramatically sloped vineyards of the Mosel, the castles along the River Rhein, the appeal of the almond blossoms in Pfalz in springtime, and the warmth of Baden and its matrix of bike trails. Whether you travel through the Rheingau by boat, train, car, or bike, you will not be disappointed with the beauty of the wines of the region.
Incredibly refined, lean white wines made from aromatic varietals, make Germany a dominant force in the world of white wine. Riesling, Germany’s most planted grape, covers a diverse range of sweetness levels from dry and tart to softer and semi-sweet to heavenly and dripping of honey. A glass of Silvaner from Franken or Spätburgunder, Germany’s name for Pinot Noir, are also not to be missed on your German wine adventures.
We hope to see you along the trails for a glass of wine as you explore the dynamic winemaking country of Germany.