Wine regions

Blick über die Weinberge in Ehrenbreitstein auf die Festung Ehrenbreitstein  ©Koblenz-Touristik GmbH



Middle Rhine

Wine region Koblenz
The wine-growing regions of the Moselle and Middle Rhine valleys meet in Koblenz. The Roman Kelter stone in the middle of Koblenz, right next to the city hall, hints at the long wine history of the city. In the middle ages, Koblenz foundations and monasteries were the main wine producers. In the 1900's Koblenz developed into...Learn more
Weinberg hinter Koblenz-Ehrenbreitstein mit Mühlental und Festung Ehrenbreitstein im Hintergrund ©Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH, Dominik Ketz
Wine region Moselle
The Moselle is Germany's oldest wine-growing region. Celts and Romans planted wine grapes here over 2,000 years ago. The steep mountain faces of the river valleys are covered in vines, which shape the region unlike almost any other wine-growing region in the world. In the area between Zell and Koblenz, the cliffs are often even...Learn More
Goldenes Licht fließt auf das Moseltal und seinen Weinbergen und Dörfer ©
Wine region Middle rhine
The Middle Rhine Valley is pure Rhine Romanticism. The growing region stretches over 120 km from Bingen to Bonn. The river winds through the history-rich valley past steep vineyards, castles, palaces and the world famous Loreley. The southern section of the unique cultural landscape was...Learn More
Weinberg mit Burg Kaub und Rhein im Hintergrund ©
Wine region Ahr
The flood catastrophe literally pulled the ground from beneath the feet of many vintners in the Ahr Valley on July 14 and 15, 2021. Machines, equipment and the already filled wines from previous years were lost. The people of the Ahr Valley have been working ever since to...Learn More
Weinberge im Ahrtal ©