There are a big number of wineries in Mittelrhein with wine tasting and tour activities that you can book easily via winetourism.com.

Mittelrhein (Germany)
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Home to some of the most picturesque vineyards in the world. On our website, book visits to beautiful wineries in Mosel and enjoy guided wine tasting and tour.

Mosel (Germany)
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It's about the quality rather than quantity. Rheingau has a large number of wineries that offer wine tasting and tour. Visit our website to book beautiful wine-filled experiences and learn more about the wine region.

Rheingau (Germany)
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Wine region close to the black forest. You can experience amazing wine tasting and tour activities at the various wineries in Baden . On our site you can read all about this regions to be prepared for your stay.

Baden (Germany)
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Some of the finest red and white wines of Germany. Pfalz wine region is a great destination with a broad offering of wineries with wine tasting and tours. On our website you can book your visits in order to be prepared for your time in the region.

Pfalz (Germany)
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Ahr has a large number of wineries that offer wine tasting and tour. Visit our website to book beautiful wine-filled experiences and learn more about the wine region.

Ahr (Germany)
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Tiny region with a huge wine culture. Hessische Bergstraße wine region is a great destination with a broad offering of wineries with wine tasting and tours. On our website you can book your visits in order to be prepared for your time in the region.

Hessische Bergstrasse (Germany)
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The home to Germany’s oldest vineyard on record. On our website, book visits to beautiful wineries in Rheinhessen and enjoy guided wine tasting and tour.

Rheinhessen (Germany)
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Saale - Unstrut wine region is a great destination with a broad offering of wineries with wine tasting and tours. On our website you can book your visits in order to be prepared for your time in the region.

Saale – Unstrut (Germany)
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On our website, book visits to beautiful wineries in Sachsen and enjoy guided wine tasting and tour.

Sachsen (Germany)
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The largest consumers of German wines locally. There are a big number of wineries in Württemberg with wine tasting and tour activities that you can book easily via winetourism.com.

Württemberg (Germany)
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Wine history spanning more than a millennium. You can experience amazing wine tasting and tour activities at the various wineries in Franken . On our site you can read all about this regions to be prepared for your stay.

Franken (Germany)
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The wine region named after the river Nahe. There are a big number of wineries in Nahe with wine tasting and tour activities that you can book easily via winetourism.com.

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Germany Wine Country

A hundred years ago, Rieslings from Germany wine country were among the most expensive wines in the world. It was quiet for a while. Now Riesling and other German white wines are undergoing a recovery – and the red Pinot Noir as well.

With 102,000 hectares, Germany wine country is a medium-sized wine nation as far as the vineyard area is concerned, but it receives a lot of attention from discerning wine drinkers around the world.
75% of wines coming from German wine regions are slightly filigree and yet highly intense aromatic and flavorsome whites. The cool climate proves to be a great advantage for white wines since it prevents rapid sugar maturation and promotes physiological maturity. Besides, there are 13 German wine regions that provide a wide range of different soils: slate, lime, marl, primary rock, volcanic rock. This multifaceted nature of terroirs in German wine regions creates high-mineral wines.

Wine Tourism in Germany

German wine regions offer breathtaking landscapes, history and wine culture to be discovered. Wine tourism in Germany combines different activities with wine tastings and vinyeard tours. If you are an active person, German wine regions offer hiking and cycling routes to explore the territories or even river kayaking. However, Germany won’t leave you disappointed, if you would like to relax and enjoy local food paired with amazing wines in quaint villages and little towns.

At WineTourism.com, we offer diversity of wine experiences at our local partner wineries. Explore German wine regions with us and discover the German wine world.

German Wine Regions

The Majority of German wine regions are located in the western part of the country, except Saxony and Saale-Unstrut. The classification system according to the quality category divides wines, produced in different German wine regions, into the next categories: Deutscher Wein(Country Wine), Landwein(Table Wines), the higher quality wines of Qualitätswein (QbA), and Prädikatswein. There is a further division of higher quality wines based on the ripeness/sugar content in grapes.

Rheinhessen – The largest of Germany Wine country

There are some rare grape varieties on the fruity loess soils of the hinterland: Bacchus, Ortega, Faberrebe, Muskat, Scheurebe, Huxel, and many more. Large, dry Rieslings also come from here, and their abundance is hard to beat. But there are also many niches from which come original, high-quality wines that make the Liebfraumilch, a formerly sweet and humble droplet, be forgotten.

Landscapes of Rheinhessen region, Germany wine country

Winemaking in the Rheinhessen region has been carried out since the time of Roman occupation; that is why this area is home to the oldest German vineyards. The best vineyards in the area are along the steep banks of the Rhine River, which is called the Rheinterrasse.


Find out more about Wine Tasting and Tours in Rheinhessen and enjoy your visit to the region. 

Palatinate – The Region of Wine Festivals

Palatinate is best Riesling growing German wine regions. Riesling wines are produced in places such as Kallstadt, Wachenheim, Deidesheim, and Forst. But also, excellent Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc, as well as Müller-Thurgau, Kerner, and Silvaner, have their origin in the beautiful landscape of the Palatinate.  Palatinate people prefer to spend their free time at the many wine festivals that can be found in every village during the summer season. The beautiful region is also known for its good, hearty food, with which the wines harmonize wonderfully.

Rheingau – The Cradle of Riesling

Vigorous, very fine white wines from Riesling grow on the calcareous loess slopes; at Assmanshausen also fine fruity Pinot Noir. Vines grew around the well-known castle of Johannisberg and Eberbach Monastery, which invite you to beautiful hikes and visits. In the past, a bottle of Riesling from the Rheingau was paid as much as a bottle of Château Lafite. Many of the wines produced here in renowned wineries are among the great white wines in the world.

Amazing view over the river Rhine from the top of the hill in Rudesheim, Germany wine country

The top-quality of the wines, from the Rheingau region, are paired with a romantic atmosphere provided by the Rhine River and the hilly landscapes all around wineries.

Visit Rheingau wine regions and immerse yourself in heritage places, landscapes indulged by the sun dotted with rustic villages and breathtaking views over the vineyards and Rhine River.


Learn more about Wine tasting and Tours in Rheingau to enjoy your visit to the region.

 

Mosel – One of the Top German Wine Regions

With its steeply sloping vineyards, the Mosel is one of the most spectacular vineyards in the world. Delicately spicy wines with strong acidity and pronounced apple, peach, and apricot aromas are created on heat-storing slate soil. Only a third of the wines were vinified as dry wines. Most wines, especially the Spätlese, are fruity and sweet as they contain 20 – 50 grams of residual sugar.

Mosel Region, Germany wine country

Mosel has been among the best white wine-producing regions in Europe. The Wine Region of Mosel boasts spectacular landscapes of terraced vineyards, medieval castles, small charming towns and villages, and of course, one of the best Rieslings you can try from Germany wine country.


Learn more about Wine tasting and Tours in Mosel to enjoy your visit to the region.

Baden – Where the Sun is Always Shining

Baden is the southernmost growing region in Germany and extends from the Taubertal via Heidelberg, Baden-Baden, Freiburg to Lake Constance. Baden consists of separate subzones, the best known of which is the Kaiserstuhl: a warm volcanic hill area, in which Pinot Noir is grown, one of the tops in Germany. But great, spicy Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris also thrive in this sunny region. Baden is also known for its excellent cuisine, which is one of the most exquisite in Germany due to the influence of nearby Alsace.

View from the vineyards to Lake Constance, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany wine country

Baden region holds 16000 hectares of vineyards in an iconic L-shape that stretches along the Baden Wine Route, which is a famous attraction among wine lovers travelling here. This area is an appealing and favourable getaway offering immense luxury and rich history.

High-class wine, fresh food along with deluxe spa centers and gorgeous towns, wait for you in Baden.


Check out Wine Tastings and Tours in Baden wine region.

 

Württemberg – Red Wines of Germany Wine Country

70% of the vines planted in Württemberg are red, the majority of which is Trollinger. A formerly bland wine that has now been turned into sophisticated wines by resourceful winemakers. But the red wines also consist of Lemberger (blue Portuguese), which can result in characterful, spicy wines. But the kitchen here also has some delicacies such as cheese spaetzle and roast which go wonderfully with the red wines of the region.

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View over the vineyards of the Lauffener winery,  one of our local partners in Württemberg, Germany wine region

 


Württemberg is an unusual wine region of Germany, as the majority of the production is dedicated to red varieties. The wines produced here have very little exposure in the international market but locally, the wines of Württemberg are well received and have the highest consumption in all of Germany. Württemberg is also a land of green hills, forests, and fast cars; in fact, the world-famous Mercedes-Benz and Porsche were born here. 


Find out more about Wine Tasting and Tours in Württemberg to enjoy your visit to the region.

Ahr- The Best Pinot Noir Producer in Germany

The Ahr is one of the warmest German wine regions. Here, in the south-facing steep slopes with the heat-storing slate as the subsoil, high temperatures prevail into autumn. This is the reason that 83% of red wine is grown. From this Pinot Noir, velvety, sometimes lush wines with a sweet fruitiness are produced.

Vineyards around Mayschoss Village, Ahr, Germany wine country

 


Besides wine, Ahr offers amazing hilly landscapes, historical sites, and even a spa town (perfect to relax after some a hike on the hills). This region is a perfect place for you even if you prefer cities over nature since it is close to the beautiful Bonn and Cologne.


Check out the list of Wine Tastings and Tours in Ahr to enjoy your visit to the region.

Franken – Vines Along the Main River

The vineyards in the Franken wine region stretch along the river Main. The soils are therefore very multifaceted: primary rock, colored sandstone, shell limestone. This diversity is also reflected in the broad range of grape varieties: Silvaner, Müller-Thurgau, Pinot Meunier, Dornfelder, Regent.
But also in the Middle Rhine Valley, the Hessische Bergstrasse, Saxony and Saale-Unstrut are famous for their wines in high quality and offer beautiful wine landscapes that invite you to wonderful hikes or biking tours.

Vineyards in Saale-Unstrut region, Germany wine country

The Saale-Unstrut is the northernmost wine region of Germany wine country and it is well known for producing high-quality wine. The name of the region comes from the two rivers named Saale and Unstrut and it is situated in between the various slopes of the rolling hills surrounding the rivers. 


Find out about Wine Tasting & Tours in Saale – Unstrut to enjoy if you visit the region.


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Wine Regions in Germany

Ahr
Ahr has a large number of wineries that offer wine tasting and tour. Visit our website to book beautiful wine-filled experiences and learn more about the wine region.
Baden
Wine region close to the black forest. You can experience amazing wine tasting and tour activities at the various wineries in Baden . On our site you can read all about this regions to be prepared for your stay.
Franken
Wine history spanning more than a millennium. You can experience amazing wine tasting and tour activities at the various wineries in Franken . On our site you can read all about this regions to be prepared for your stay.
Hessische Bergstrasse
Tiny region with a huge wine culture. Hessische Bergstraße wine region is a great destination with a broad offering of wineries with wine tasting and tours. On our website you can book your visits in order to be prepared for your time in the region.

Wine Appellations in Germany

Bingen
Unearth what makes wines from Bingen in Rheinhessen, Germany remarkable
Deutsche Weinstrasse
Experience what makes wines from Deutsche Weinstrasse in Pfalz, Germany unique
Kaiserstuhl
Unearth what makes wines from Kaiserstuhl in Baden, Germany unbelievable
Loreley
Experience what makes wines from Loreley in Mittelrhein, Germany captivating

Wineries in Germany

Affentaler Winzer
Organize an unforgettable wedding in a century-old winery, dated back to 1908.
Bergdolt-Reif & Nett
Taste the unique Weißburgunder and Graubugrunder, matured in stone barrels.
Bickensohler Weinvogtei
Perfect German wines for all wine lovers and appreciators
Bioland-Weingut Gerhard Schwarztrauber
Producing the highest quality organic wines for more than 30 years.

Wine Tasting & Tours in Germany

A wine tasting and tour at Weingut Kuhnle
Let's have a wine tasting clubbed with a guided tour at Weingut Kuhnle
Accommodation and wine tasting at Weingut Werk2
Savour the mouth-watering wines and enjoy a memorable walk around the winery at Weingut werk2 Wine Tasting & Tour
Classic wine tasting and tour at Margarethenhof – Weingut Weber
Exclusive wine tasting and tour at Margarethenhof – Weingut Weber
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Wineries in Germany

Discover the long wine tradition of Germany and discover some of the best wineries in this country

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