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 an important city in the wine trade, especially with consideration to the Deinhard wine and sparkling wine cellar. Ten full-time wineries and a few part-time wineries operate in the suburbs Ehrenbreitstein, Moselweiß, Güls and Lay. The Koblenz vintners have created a union. In addition to cooperative exchanges, they work to shape the city's culture by participating in festivals, for example. In total, there are 8 vineyards within the metropolitan area. The main grape type is Riesling. However, Müller Thurgau, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Dornfelder and other white and red wine grapes are also grown.
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